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5What kind of parties does Gwyneth Paltrow throw?

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Gwyneth Paltrow recently celebrated her son Moses’ 8th birthday, and despite haven’t recently “consciously uncoupled” from husband Chris Martin, she was certainly in the festive spirit and wasn’t going to let that affect Moses’ special day. And yeah, I think it probably goes without saying that it’s pretty sweet to be the kid of a rich parents.

From US Weekly:

“Everything took place in the backyard,” the insider tells Us, adding that the set-up of the driveway included blue ombre-faded balloons spelling out the letters “M-O-S-E-S” beside the number “8.” The guest list included 20 of Moses’ friends and a few of 9-year-old Apple’s pals, too.

“Colorful tables were set up everywhere,” the eyewitness recalls, “and hula hoops and balls for the kids to play with.” Along with the toys, the backyard featured a giant inflatable bounce house in the style of a pirate ship. But that’s not all! A magician was also on-site to entertain the kids.

For lunch, the kids and adults enjoyed delightful treats catered by food trucks, including gourmet hotdog vendor Dogtown Dogs and L.A.’s beloved “chow truck” India Jones. Specialties included hot dogs topped with Fritos and Indian street food like samosas, curry and Indian tacos, the source says.

The party ended at around 4 p.m. in the afternoon. Some of the guests were spotted leaving in airbrushed T-shirts, designed at the party, which included each kid’s name and a design of his or her choice.

Okay, first of all, what 8-year-old has 20 friends? Honestly? That seems insane to me and I’m going to go ahead and assume most of those kids were just the kids of fellow celebrities. On a side note, the blow up house seems awesome and I bet the food was superb. I mean, damn, can’t I get an invite?

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April 15, 2014 at 2:00 pm by Jennifer
Filed Under: Gwyneth Paltrow

5 Responses to “What kind of parties does Gwyneth Paltrow throw?”

  1. blah says:

    maybe she did like my mom and a lot of moms used to do and invited the kids entire class to a birthday party?

    • mireee says:

      Exactly, that’s what we did too. All birthdays had around 20 kids because it was 25 of us in the classroom. It’s not that weird!

  2. cocopuffsaredelicious says:

    Maybe I grew up better than most but 20 kids (usually the class plus neighborhood kids) and a bounce house was normal party things. Food trucks was the only odd thing but I mean why not?

  3. momster says:

    All things considered (her wealth and well, just HER) – this sounds like a relatively ‘normal’ b-day party…

  4. kimcheee says:

    It would be interesting to see how many FB friends the kid has. My friend’s 14 year old daughter has over 700. Please…….

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