Gwyneth Paltrow insists it's important all mothers support each other and respect the individual decisions parents make when it comes to their kids.
Gwyneth Paltrow thinks mothers should all ''support'' one another.
The 'Iron Man 3' actress - who has children Moses, seven, and eight-year-old Apple with husband Chris Martin - hasn't taken on as many acting roles since first becoming a mum but she is content with her balance between work and family, and encourages other mums to do whatever they feel is best.
When asked if she misses the movie business, she told German newspaper Blick: ''Not really. I'm still doing films, but just less than before. I enjoy being there for my children as a mum. And I don't have a problem with that.
''Young mothers should support other young mothers in what they're doing. I don't think at all that all women have to stay at home. They just should support each other - no matter which way they choose. After all, we're all in the same boat.''
The two youngsters have only just begun to realise their parents are famous and she finds it ''cute'' how excited her children get when talking about their mum and dad's achievements.
She added: ''They begin to realise [their parents are famous]. Moses and I recently went to a Justin Bieber concert. There he noticed that a lot of people do know me. This was a relatively new experience. For a long time, he totally didn't notice it.
''Apple also came home recently telling Chris, quite surprised, 'Dad, today we sang 'Paradise' at school.' That was really cute.''