Gwyneth Paltrow's Daughter Apple, 16, Steals from Her Closet: 'She Likes My Shoes'

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Gwyneth Paltrow's Daughter Apple, 16, Steals from Her Closet: 'She Likes My Shoes'
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Apple Martin isn't shy when it comes to swiping from her mom Gwyneth Paltrow's closet.

During the Goop founder's recent appearance on People (The Show!), Paltrow, 48, revealed that daughter Apple, 16, has started borrowing some of her clothes — and sometimes Paltrow will even do the same!

"Apple borrows from my closet. Although I did take a hoodie from her about two weeks ago. So, fair enough. But she likes my t-shirts and my shoes. She likes my shoes," the star says.

Paltrow, who shares daughter Apple and son Moses Martin, 14, with ex-husband Chris Martin, says she and Apple also bond over makeup.

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"Apple gives me beauty tips all the time," says the wellness and lifestyle guru. "She's really amazing at doing eyeliner and all that kind of stuff, so she tries to get me to be a little bit more glam at home, which I just am not."

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Earlier this year, the actress shared her philosophy on parenting teenagers. "I won't let them be public on any social media or anything like that, I try to keep them out of the public eye as much as possible," she told Rob Lowe on his Literally! With Rob Lowe podcast. "I've really have tried not to just hand them things."

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Paltrow described the experience of raising Apple as "really interesting." She added: "Because as she's come into her own, it's almost like, you know, it's like watching her harness her own power with every passing year, and I'm just like, 'What is this child here to do?' She's so bright and so funny ... she's hilarious."