Gwyneth Paltrow's five-year-old daughter Apple is already showing signs of wanting to follow in her footsteps and become an actress.
Gwyneth Paltrow's daughter wants to be an actress.
The 'Iron Man' star's mother, actress Blythe Danner, claims five-year-old Apple - Gwyneth's eldest child with husband Chris Martin - is already showing signs of wanting to follow in the footsteps of her famous family.
Blythe told In Touch magazine: "I definitely think she has that certain something. She's very funny and beautiful. She adores her mother, and I think she likes me, and I think she probably likes to follow in footsteps."
While the 'Waiting For Forever' actress admits her grandson, four-year-old Moses, is currently more interested in "'Star Wars' Lego", she believes he may also want to become an actor eventually.
She added: "It's in their blood."
Blythe - whose husband, director Bruce Paltrow, died in 2002 - also praised her daughter as a "phenomenal" mother to Apple and Moses.
She said: "She really, really invests herself in an unusual way. She spends a lot of time with them - she answers everything, she anticipates, she never surprises them.
"They're well-prepared for the travel and all the things that go on. They're very happy kids."