Gwyneth Paltrow poses with Apple, 18, and Moses, 16, in family snap

Gwyneth Paltrow poses with lookalike daughter Apple, 18, and son Moses, 16, in rare family snap as she holds hands with husband Brad Falchuk in snapshots from her summer

Gwyneth Paltrow’s fans saw double when she posted a rare family snap with her children to Instagram on Sunday as part of a summer photo dump.

The actress, 49, looked chic in a mustard-and-blue dress as she cosied up to her lookalike daughter Apple, 18, and son Moses, 16, who she shares with her ex-husband Chris Martin, 45.

She looked elegant in a light blue chiffon dress while holding hands with her dapper husband Brad Falchuk, 51, in a sprawling garden setting.

Gorgeous: Gwyneth Paltrow’s fans saw double when she posted a rare family snap with her daughter Apple, 18, and son Moses, 16, to Instagram on Sunday as part of a photo dump

The Sliding Doors star also met up with her actress mother Blythe Danner, 79, over some breadsticks, and a group of pals for a spot of dinner.

Gwyneth placed a loving hand around Moses’ shoulder as they stood outside a private plane, with the screen star wearing a baggy white shirt and grey trousers. 

She wrote in her caption: ‘Summer 2022, you brought it all unsparingly. Elation, adventure, transition, joy and heartbreak alike. Thank you for your reminders, connections and deepenings.’

It comes after Gwyneth declared that she’s going to keep showing off her legs after she turns 50 this month.

Couple: The actress, 49, looked elegant in a light blue chiffon dress while holding hands with her dapper husband Brad Falchuk, 51, in a sprawling garden setting

Gang: She looked chic in a white strapless dress while joined by a group of pals for a spot of dinner 

The Oscar winner admitted that there ‘shouldn’t be rules’ about when to stop wearing ‘certain clothes’ as she praised women who do not have cosmetic surgery in a lengthy blog post to her website, Goop.

Titled, ‘Is This What (Almost) 50 Looks Like?’ she wrote: ‘I don’t think there are rules around when you stop wearing certain kinds of clothes at a particular age.

‘I wore the shortest skirt I’d worn in ten years just the other day: it was this old Chanel dress I found in the basement, and it worked. People should wear what they feel good in.’

The Hollywood star also suggested that she wants to avoid going under the knife like so many Tinseltown big names.

Doting mum: Gwyneth placed a loving hand around Moses’ shoulder as they stood outside a private plane, with the screen star wearing a baggy white shirt and grey trousers

Wow! She gazed out at a beautiful sunset with another pal in one shot 

Gwyneth added: ‘I love when you see women who have not touched their face at all, who are embracing every inch of their ageing.’ 

Elsewhere, the actress revealed she’s experienced anxieties surrounding her health and death, adding that she felt emotionally blocked before turning 45 where she she decided ‘f**k it’ and started crying and screaming.

The mum-of-two shared a lengthy post to her Goop site on Thursday.

Gwyneth also said she is now obsessed with getting blood work done and wonders if her late dad knew he was doomed to die in his 50s.

Family: The Sliding Doors star also met up with her actress mother Blythe Danner, 79, over some breadsticks

Happy: She also cut a trendy figure in a white-and-yellow floral dress while beaming alongside one elderly man, whose identity is unknown 

Reflecting: She wrote in her caption: ‘Summer 2022, you brought it all unsparingly. Elation, adventure, transition, joy and heartbreak alike. Thank you for your reminders, connections and deepenings’

‘I actually feel great turning 50. I feel really lucky that I have my health (touch wood) and strength in my body. 

‘I feel like many of the decisions I made in my late 20s, my 30s, and my 40s are paying dividends now. Aging is a journey to knowing your actual self. It’s learning to fully embrace who you really are.’

She also showed mortality is on her mind by referencing her late father, who died on October 3, 2002, at the age of 58, while vacationing in Rome, Italy, to celebrate Gwyneth’s 30th birthday.

The screenwriter had been diagnosed with oral cancer in 1999 and his death was due to complications from oral cancer and pneumonia.

Gwyneth said: ‘My parents didn’t focus too much on aging. I remember for my dad, 50 was a hard birthday – he was anxious.

‘I wonder if he had some kind of sixth sense, that he would die in his 50s; it seemed like he felt the finiteness of his life in that moment.’

Hot stuff: It comes after Gwyneth declared that she’s going to keep showing off her legs after she turns 50 this month (pictured in 2018)

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