GWYNETH Paltrow enlisted the help of mom Blythe Danner and her teenage daughter Apple to model her brand’s new dress designs on Sunday.
The family linked arms and posed for a sweet photo together, wearing dresses from the actress’ G. Label Dress Collection.
Gwyneth, 47, smiles at the camera and poses with her hand on her hip, while her mom Blythe, 77, stands in the middle and cuddles up to her granddaughter Apple, 16.
The star’s celebrity pals were quick to comment on the heartwarming photo.
Model Naomi Campbell wrote: “Beautiful 3 generations ♥️♥️♥️”
Reese Witherspoon added: “I love this so much !!”
Goldie Hawn commented: “Gorgeous ❤️❤️❤️”
Earlier this month, Gwyneth revealed she “never fully settled into being a couple” with ex-husband Chris Martin.
The Iron Man actress reflected on her relationship with her former husband in a candid essay for British Vogue’s September issue.
Gwyneth was married to the Coldplay frontman, 43, from 2003 until 2016 when they announced they were “conscious uncoupling.”
In her candid piece, she admitted there was “always a bit of unease and unrest” within their marriage but always put their children Apple and son Moses, 14, first.
She penned: “We were close, though we had never fully settled into being a couple. We just didn’t quite fit together. There was always a bit of unease and unrest. But man, did we love our children.”
Although their marriage didn’t workout, the Shakespeare in Love star insisted they had “always been good friends” and enjoyed the same things.
The Goop founder also reflected on their split announcement when they famously left fans bewildered by calling their divorce an “conscious uncoupling.”
The term was originally introduced by author Katherine Woodward Thomas as a five-step program to promote a “calmer alternative” to amicable divorces.
Discussing her choice of words, Gwyneth admitted the term was “full of itself” and “painfully hard to swallow”.
She wrote: “I had never heard of the phrase ‘conscious uncoupling.’ Frankly, the term sounded a bit full of itself, painfully progressive and hard to swallow.”
“It was an idea introduced to us by our therapist, the man who helped us architect our new future. I was intrigued, less by the phrase, but by the sentiment.
“Was there a world where we could break up and not lose everything? Could we be a family, even though we were not a couple?”
After calling time on their relationship, Gwyneth went on to date and subsequently marry producer Brad Falchuk, 49.