Chris Martin Shares Story Of Embarrassing His Daughter At Her First Job

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It seems like if your parents are Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow, it would be hard to ever be embarrassed by them. But also, all parents have the ability to be embarrassing, and celebrity parents are no exceptions.

Chris Martin proved to be the ultimate embarrassing dad when he decided to make a surprise drop in to visit his daughter Apple at her first job, as he told Ellen Degeneres on The Ellen Show. While Apple was working at her retail job, Chris went in hoping to purchase a T-shirt and have his daughter ring him up at the register buuuut it didn't quite go that way.

He explained:

"She was at the checkout — and there were two checkouts — that’s what you call them right? — and she saw me,” he shared her shocked face and then mouthed "Dad, get out."

And of course Chris is such a nice guy, he actually felt terrible about being there to get a rise out of her. “And I felt terrible, so I moved to the other line... I was holding my T-shirt and really scared of my daughter.”

Chris confirmed that he actually was not able to purchase anything from his daughter while she was working, but the whole ordeal ended with a really sweet moment.

"I brought her some fudge...So I said to the lady, ‘Can you just give this to my daughter?’ And as I was leaving, she shouted, ‘I love you, Dad!'”

Watch the full video of him telling Ellen about the hilarious drop-in here!

OK. HOW CUTE IS THAT?

My kids love being with me right now and definitely don't understand the idea of being embarrassed by me yet, but I can imagine that when they're nearly 16 years old... they're not going to be stoked about yelling that they love me in their place of work. But hey, a girl can dream, right??

These are some of the moments I really look forward to as a parent!

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