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Gwyneth Paltrow Gets Trolled By Daughter Apple Over Goop's NSFW Products

In this July 3, 2019, file photo, Gwyneth Paltrow attends the Valentino Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2019 2020 show as part of Paris Fashion Week in Paris, France.
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Apple Martin couldn't help but poke fun at her famous mom's morning routine.

The 16-year-old daughter of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin brought the laughs over the weekend while taking part in the launch of Goop's TikTok account. In the company's debut video, Apple completely roasted her mom by narrating the "Iron Man" star's daily regimen.

"So first, my mom drinks her Goop Glow Superpowder and she eats nothing but dates and almond butter," Apple began. "I suppose the Goop Glow is a part of her cleanse, which she's been on since -- the day I was born, apparently."

Continuing to narrate the Oscar winner's routine, Apple said, "She just prances around the bathroom, putting on her millions of Goop Glow products for her glowing skin." And the teenager even poked fun at her mom's infamous vagina products.

"Then she gets to work, making some more vagina eggs," Apple laughed. "And candles, also vagina candles, and vagina perfumes. Just everything vagina."

See the whole video on Goop's TikTok here.

Goop captioned the video, "When you get roasted by your gen z daughter..." However, despite Apple's hilarious commentary, it seems as though she's actually a fan of Goop's skincare line.

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In a separate video for Goop, Apple shared her own morning routine, including the company's new Goop Glow products. "I'm obsessed," she said. "It really gives your skin this amazing glow. Since I have very dry skin, the Glow Lotion is so nice--it keeps me hydrated but not oily. It's super lightweight."

Paltrow -- who also shares son Moses Martin, 14, with her ex Chris -- previously opened up about how impressed she is by Apple.

"When I see my daughter with her friends, they are so empowered," Paltrow said in an October interview with Adobe's Chief Marketing Officer Ann Lewnes. "They have -- and I mean this word in the best possible way -- they have a sense of entitlement that's beautiful. It's not spoiled."

As she further explained, Apple's generation isn't afraid to demand equality. "It's like, 'No, we are here for what the boys are gonna get, too,'" she said. "I find it very uplifting and heartening that we all seem to be going in this direction together."

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