Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's Kids Perform With Dad! See the Sweet Moment


Apple and Moses Martin seem to be following in their famous dad's musical footsteps!

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's children joined their father on-stage at a Boys and Girls Club fundraiser in Malibu, California, over the weekend, where Apple, 12, took center stage to sing a cover of Ariana Grande's "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" with the Coldplay frontman accompanying on piano. Moses, 10, also hit the stage to sing Twenty One Pilots' "House of Gold," while Dad strummed gleefully along on his guitar. Rounding out the band were fellow rockers Beck and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith. See the sweet performances below!

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This isn't the first time we've seen the musically-inclined Martin kids behind a mic. In June, both Apple and Moses took to a much bigger stage -- the 2016 Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, England, in fact -- to sing "Up & Up" in tribute to the late members of the British band, Viola Beach.

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Proud mom Paltrow shared the moment
on her Instagram account. 

Though Paltrow and Martin finalized their divorce earlier this year after "consciously uncoupling" in 2014, the former spouses remain committed to maintaining an amicable relationship and co-parenting their kids. 

"You have to constantly let go," the actress told ET of the secret to joint parenting post-divorce. "You have to let go of old ideas, old resentments. You have to put the kids first, which I think people have the idea of that, but then oftentimes, you struggle with it."

Paltrow added that it's important to focus on the big picture. "If you once loved the person enough to have kids with them, you have to focus on what you still love about them and what's beautiful about them and all the good aspects of your relationship," she said. "You still want a family, you're just not in a couple. So, I acknowledge we've done it in an unorthodox way but it's working for us."