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Gwyneth Paltrow posts a photo with daughter Apple, and Apple is not happy about it

Gwyneth Paltrow may be an Oscar-winning movie star with a $250 million company called Goop, but to her daughter, she's still just tiresome old Mom.

At least, that's what Paltrow seems to be showing us with a new selfie taken with her 14-year-old daughter, Apple .

In the photo, we have a grinning Paltrow directly next to her goggled teenager, both on the ski lift about to hit the slopes. And Apple is just not into it.

In case you thought we might just be reading too much into this, Apple had a few choice words to share with her mother.

"Mom we have discussed this," she wrote in the comments. "You may not post anything without my consent."

To which Mom shot back, "You can't even see your face!"

At least Paltrow has only one teenager to cope with; her youngest is her son, Moses , who's 12.

Fact is, we've gotten used to seeing Apple on social media for a while now, from freckled birthday photos to shared mini-me pics , which appear to show Apple happily participating.

Limit digital media for your youngest family members. Avoid digital media for toddlers younger than 18 to 24 months other than video chatting. For children 18 to 24 months, watch digital media with them because they learn from watching and talking with you. Limit screen use for preschool children, ages 2 to 5, to just 1 hour a day of high-quality programing. Co-viewing is best when possible and for young children. They learn best when they are re-taught in the real world what they just learned through a screen. So, if Ernie just taught the letter D, you can reiterate this later when you are having dinner or spending time with your child. See Healthy Digital Media Use Habits for Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers.

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But it looks as if things have changed in Paltrow's household now that Apple is getting older.

Mom, you have been warned about social media oversharing !

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