Gwyneth Paltrow Kept All Her Oscar Dresses, Plans to Hand Them Down to Her Daughter

Gwyneth Paltrow arrives at the AMfAR Inspiration Gala - H 2015
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Officially envious of an 11-year-old.

It's not uncommon for celebrities to borrow designer gowns for high-visibility events and then return them at the end of the affair. But for Gwyneth Paltrow, that's not exactly the case.

The 43-year-old revealed to People Style that nostalgia has made her into a bit of a dress hoarder, and that she's saved all of her designer dresses for years with the intention of passing them along to her daughter, Apple Martin. 

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"What’s funny is I’ve been saving my gowns and special things since 12 years before she was born, so I have everything,” she told the mag. “I have every Oscar dress.”

Yes, that means that all of Paltrow's beautiful gowns — from this year's Ralph & Russo Couture number to her iconic Ralph Lauren gown from the 1999 awards — will soon be at the fingertips of an 11-year-old.

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Paltrow went as far as to propose that the Ralph Lauren dress, which the actress wore while accepting her Best Actress Oscar for her role in Shakespeare in Love, might even get a second life as Apple's prom dress. 

"Maybe she’ll wear it to prom and do a Pretty in Pink thing and resew it and cut it up,” she said, making all of us green with envy for Apple's impending inheritance.

Is it normal to be this jealous of a pre-teen?