There is a first time for everything! Reese witherspoon, Gwyneth paltrow and more famous parents have shared stories about teaching their teens how to drive.
The Big little lies alum, for example, said Ellen Degeneres in September 2019 that her son, Deacon, is “a better driver” than her.
“I get really distracted because I see cute dogs, and I think, ‘Oh, I have to stop!’” The Oscar winner explained at the time. “I’ll literally stop and get out of the car if it’s a bulldog. Just a bulldog. I am very preferential for certain races … if someone walks it and it is really cute. “
The Louisiana native went on to ask God to help “everyone” on the roads with Deacon at the wheel.
As for Paltrow, Goop’s creator made her and Chris martinApple’s daughter cries during her first driving lesson.
“I failed as a mother because she went through a red light and I yelled at her and then she started crying, “she said. Political Star said during a February 2020 episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “It was terrible and I felt very bad. So I thought, ‘Okay, you know what? I’m just going to be calm and I’m just going to pretend. ‘
The teenager became an “incredible pilot,” the Los Angeles native gushed. Apple takes them to school in the mornings, Paltrow said at the time, calling the experience “crazy” and “very strange.”
Both Apple and his younger brother Moses believe the Golden Globe winner is “the most embarrassing person,” Paltrow said. Rachael ray in January 2019 “.It’s been, like, a couple of good years where I’ve been the most embarrassing person. If I do something silly in public the color fades [Apple’s] expensive. Any silly joke, or if I dance, like in a store, God forbid. She’s like, ‘Mom!’ And I say, ‘Okay, sorry, I got it.’
Keep scrolling to see more experiences of famous parents driving with their little ones, from Mark Wahlberg to Brandi glanville.