Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed to US talk show host Chelsea Handler that living between America and the UK has affected her children's accents and her daughter changes from American to British in the middle of conversations.
Gwyneth Paltrow's children have "weird accents".
The 'Country Strong' actress and her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, raise their two children Apple, six, and Moses, four, between London and New York and the 38-year-old beauty finds the way the youngsters speak as a result of transatlantic living "bizarre".
She said: "Our kids go to school in London so we're there during the school year and we come back whenever we can, for holidays and summers.
"Weirdly my son is half Brooklyn and half English, he's got a really strange accent and my daughter is completely American with me at home or In America but completely British at school. It's bizarre."
Gwyneth added that Apple's accent can even change in the middle of a conversation.
She explained to US talk show host Chelsea Handler on 'Chelsea's Big Interview Special' yesterday (22.11.10): "If she's home with a friend over she's completely British when she talks to her friend and then she talks to me in an American accent. I want a video of it but I don't want to embarrass her. It's completely hilarious."
Despite her children's unusual speaking habits, Gwyneth revealed she is happier than she has ever been.
Speaking of winning an Oscar at the age of 26 for 'Shakespeare In Love', she said: "I think I'm in a better place now, success and everything is amazing but all the good luck I have had in my life has led me to find my guy and our kids."