Gwyneth Paltrow attends a screening of "Iron Man," hosted by the Cinema Society and Michael Kors in New York. Paltrow recently revealed on "Good Morning America" that she saves all her clothes for her 4-year-old tot Apple.
"What if she grows up and likes dresses," she said, "and she sees an old picture of me and says, 'Why didn't you save that for me?'"
Since giving birth to daughter Apple in 2004 and son Moses, 2, in 2006, Paltrow has admitted that her appetite and tastebuds have strayed from a strict macrobiotic diet.
"I love anything fried -- fish and chips -- Branston pickle [jarred relish], red wine," she told BBC talk-show host Jonathan Ross. The 35-year-old actress also told Letterman on his Late Show that having kids "makes life worth living." (Dimitrios Kambouris/FilmMagic/Getty Images)