Gwyneth Paltrow Shares Hilarious Text Conversation with Daughter Apple, Gets Approval for 15th Birthday Post
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"We don't want to break the old Internet again, now do we?" the Goop founder texts to her daughter.

It looks like Gwyneth Paltrow has learned her lesson.

On Tuesday, the "Iron Man" star shared a sweet tribute to her daughter Apple Martin in honor of her 15th birthday. In the post, which included a screenshot of a text conversation between Apple and Paltrow, she poked fun at the grief her daughter gave her back in March when she posted a photo of Apple without her "consent."

In the text message, Apple sent a shot of herself and wrote, "Also here are some options of apple approved birthday posts." Paltrow replied, "Oh why thank you. We don't want to break the old Internet again, now do we?" Apple responded, "Yeah let's not."

The post also an Apple approved picture of the teen with a rose in her mouth.

"Happy 15th birthday my angel @applemartin I will never be able to put into words how much I love you," Paltrow captioned the post. "You are so strong and so good and so damn funny and sooooo gorgeous inside and out. I am the proudest mama ever. Feliz quinceañera mi vida!"

Paltrow received backlash back in March when she shared a photo of Apple wearing ski goggles. Although her daughter's face was pretty much covered, Apple did not approve.

"Mom we have discussed this. You may not post anything without my consent," Apple commented on the post and Paltrow replied, "You can't even see your face!"

Due to the fact Apple used the word "consent," people slammed Paltrow for sharing the photo of her daughter without her permission. Although Apple later deleted the comment, it's nice to know they could all laugh about it now.

Paltrow shares daughter, Apple, and son, Moses, with ex-husband Chris Martin.

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