Gwyneth Paltrow almost died when Apple (17) was born!

Gwyneth Paltrow almost died when Apple (17) was born!

Gwyneth Paltrow (49) spoke about one of the worst moments of his life for the first time! Hollywood actress turns 17 already mom. with your partner at that time Chris Martin (44) got iron Man-beautiful little daughter Apple (17), by caesarean section. Two years later she gave birth to her son Moses (15) Similarly to the world. Which no one has known till date: Apple may have been born in 2004 gwyneth Almost didn’t survive!

The film stars were now telling him that “chair specialist”with podcast Dax Shepard (46) and Monica Padmann. “My daughter was born by emergency caesarean section. It was crazy, we were almost dead! It really wasn’t good at all.” Even today, the scars of the surgery remind him of that incident. Exactly what led to the life-threatening situation was left open in May 2004. However, the now 49-year-old had earlier revealed that she was in labor about 70 hours before Apple’s birth.

gwyneth Apparently just happy that they had kids at a time when there was no social media. She looks at the pressure being placed on themselves by mothers on the platform due to the unwellness of some other mothers: “When I see someone today who says: ‘I gave birth two weeks ago and now I have a washboard belly again’, I think to myself: Wow, I definitely It didn’t look like that”Gora explained. In her opinion, it would be great if mothers supported each other on social media instead of reprimanding them.

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Gwyneth Paltrow with her children Apple and Moses
Gwyneth Paltrow with her daughter Apple

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Gwyneth Paltrow with her daughter Apple
Gwyneth Paltrow, actress
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