Gwyneth Paltrow has always been honest and forthright with the public, and in an interview with the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar, the Hollywood actress said as a criticism of father influenced her behavior and changed her habits, and also about the difficulties that will have to face her children Apple and Moiseew.
Gwyneth realizes that life under the spotlights and camera flashes will not work for them completely, so that encourages them to take risks in everyday life.
“My children will have many to fend off and protect themselves from the prejudices against them and their families, I’m sure of it for hundred percent. My daughter is very assertive. I always follow her example. I don’t have to push her to take risks, she pushes herself, always trying his hand with curiosity and confidence that even I envy,” said Gwyneth confessed that her father Bruce Paltrow once was able to direct her in the right direction with his criticism.
“I was 27 and I was at the peak of his popularity, Oscar, all sorts of awards and stuff. I was sitting with my father and felt that life is good. I was pleased with everything. what happened in my life and then he said to me: “You became a bit weird.. You’re kind of a bastard.” I was shocked. How is it! I was completely confused and devastated,” admitted Gwyneth.
Ten years later, Paltrow is not so sensitive about criticism of his father, who died in 2002, on the contrary, she had listened to him and believed that he gave her very valuable advice that changed her life.
“It turned out that his criticism is the best thing ever said. This is the essence of the help of people who love you more than anything. It’s not just bad things written to you by a stranger on the Internet. What my dad said, pushed me to thinking that I am on the wrong path, and I am grateful to him that he didn’t find softer words, to tell me that” admitted Paltrow.
Gwyneth’s father died in 2002, t cancer of the oral cavity and complications of pneumonia. In 2005 as a tribute to the father-in-law ex-husband of actress Chris Martin dedicated the song “Fix it”.