Mum-of-two Gwyneth, who shares Apple and son Moses with ex-husband Chris Martin, has previously spoken out about how she frequently embarrasses her children.
Back in February when she visited The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Shakespeare in Love star shared a rare insight into what Apple thought of her.
"My daughter finds me mortifying," she told guest host John Legend.
"If I do anything in public past not talking and standing still, she's like [mouthing 'Stop!'] If I dance she turns red."
To celebrate her firstborn's sweet 16th back in May, Gwyenth shared a trio of photos of her lookalike daughter in a heartwarming birthday tribute.
"I can’t believe I’m actually writing these words but... happy sweet sixteen my darling girl. You are the light of my heart, you are pure joy. You are wickedly intelligent and you have the best, most dry, most brilliant sense of humour," she captioned the photos.
"I have the best time being your mom. I love our nightly evening chats when I really get to hear what’s on your mind. You work hard to get whatever it is you want to achieve, and you have grit and responsibility in spades. I am so damn lucky to be your mother, you beautiful, kind young woman."
She added: "Thank you for choosing me. I adore you to the moon and back a zillion times. I’m sorry you are having this particular birthday during these circumstances, but as always with you, you find the best in everything."
Since the launch of her health and wellness lifestyle brand Goop, Gwyneth has been passionate about eating well and exercising regularly.
A typical day on a plate for the actress involves a smoothie for breakfast, lots of protein and vegetables for lunch and eats "whatever she wants" at dinner time.
The 48-year-old has also spoken out about how she avoids gluten, sugar, dairy and processed foods.
As for her exercise routine, Gwyneth has been a longtime fan of celebrity personal trainer, Tracy Anderson, whose method she claims to have been using daily for years. The method combines dance, weights, stretching, and a healthy dose of cardio—up to two hours a day of exercise for six days a week.
"I like feeling good, and I know I feel my best when I exercise," she told Women's Health.
"But it depends on the day—I definitely don't always feel like doing it. I've made it a habit, just like brushing your teeth. That's how you have to look at it.