Washington, September 20 (ANI): Celebrity mothers like Gwyneth Paltrow and Alanis Morisette have some really weird habits - not letting kids watch programs in English and feeding them with beast milk till they themselves wean away, according to reports.
Since naming her kids Apple and Moses it was clear Paltrow would not be following conventional ways of parenting.
The Oscar-winning actress revealed in an interview with InStyle magazine that she doesn't let her kids watch TV in English, ABC News reported.
She also said to Harper's Bazaar magazine that they "all get into the tub together" whenever she's home.
Singer Alanis Morissette is also not behind in her weird celebrity habit as she plans to breastfeed her nearly 2-year-old son, Ever until he "is finished and weaned," as part of attachment parenting.
Tori Spelling is a celebrity whose husband Dean McDermott has a weird habit, as he finds his wife sexy when she is pregnant.
"I'm never as happy as when I'm pregnant," the Daily Mail quoted Spelling, as saying.
"And Dean can't keep his hands off me! He's like, 'You're the sexiest pregnant woman'," she said
'Clueless' star Alicia Silverstone weird habit pertains to pre-chewing her infant son Bear Blu's food and then feeding him from her mouth.
"He literally crawls across the room to attack my mouth if I'm eating. This video was taken about a month or 2 ago when he was a bit wobbly. Now he is grabbing my mouth to get the food!" Silverstone wrote on her blog 'The Kind Life.'
Beyonce and Jay-Z reportedly paid 1.3 million dollars to empty out an entire hospital floor and days later filed a petition to trademark their daughter Blue Ivy Carter's name.
January Jones revealed that she was able to return to the 'Mad Men' set just six weeks after she gave birth to son Xander: by eating the placenta she released at birth.
"It's something I was very hesitant about, but we're the only mammals who don't ingest our own placentas," she said.
Angelina Jolie and her fiance Brad Pitt reportedly spend 10 million dollars on their kids half of which goes for ferrying them around in private jets. (ANI)