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Dakota Johnson says she loves Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow's children 'with all her heart'

By Christine Rendon For Dailymail.com 11:16 p.m. March 5, 2024, updated 11:20 p.m. March 5, 2024

Dakota Johnson has said she loves Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow's two children “as if my life depends on it.”

In an interview with Bustle, the 34-year-old actress opened up about being stepmom to Apple, 19, and Moses, 17, the teenage children that Coldplay singer Chris shares with Gwyneth.

She also revealed that she's “open” to having children of her own if that's what she “wants.”

“I love these kids like my life depends on it.” “With all my heart,” Dakota said of Apple and Moses.

As a member of a large blended family, Dakota – who was recently spotted in Malibu – has learned to embrace connections that have nothing to do with blood.

Dakota Johnson gushed about being stepmom to Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow's two children – and talked about being “open” to starting a family of her own; pictured in November 2023

When the reporter showed a photo Gwyneth posted of her and Dakota, she said, “I grew up in such a big family and I just believe in the saying 'blood is thicker than water,'” she explained.

“The actual saying is, “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb,” meaning that the connections you have with the people you choose are stronger than the connections you have with the people you are actually born with. “

Dakota's parents are actors Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson. Both separated, Don married Kelley Phleger in 1999 and Melanie married Antonio Banderas in 1996. They divorced in 2015.

Now Dakota is open to having children of her own.

“I’m so open to it. I'm at a point where I really want to experience everything life has to offer. And especially as a woman, I think: What a fucking magical thing that is to do. What a crazy, magical, wild experience. If that's going to happen to me, I'm completely opposed to it. I've been stumbling a lot lately because we haven't been here much longer.

“There is so much to eat, learn, grow, experience and feel.” This includes all the pain and suffering and the feeling of helplessness in the face of the world. Most days I feel like the most useless piece of shit.

“I'm sitting in this stupid chair and talking about this stupid movie, and there are people in agonizing catastrophes, and what can I do?” I have this incredible friction within me. And then I think to myself: “We won't be here much longer, so if I'm going to be a mother, bring it on.”'

The actress has been dating Coldplay frontman Chris since 2017, but watching him on stage never gets old.

“I love watching him. I could watch him every day. I don't know how to explain it. “I feel like, I don't know… I'm watching my favorite being doing his favorite thing,” she explained.

Paltrow and Martin pictured with their children Apple and Moses Johnson has been dating Martin since 2017; pictured in 2019. He was previously married to Gwyneth from 2003 to 2016; pictured 2014

Dakota's interview comes after she starred in the new Marvel film Madame Web, which was a huge success at the box office and received critical acclaim.

The actress said she wasn't “surprised” by the negative reviews the film received.

When asked why she wasn't surprised, she explained: “It's so hard to make films, and with these big films that are being made – and it even starts with the little ones, which really throws me off – “They are decisions.” are made by committee, and art doesn’t thrive when it’s made by committee.

“Films are made by a filmmaker and a team of artists around him. You can't make art based on numbers and algorithms.

Gwyneth recently shared this snap of her with Dakota. The interview with Dakota comes after starring in the new Marvel film “Madame Web,” which was a huge success at the box office

“I had long felt that the audience was extremely smart, and executives began to believe that this was not the case.” Audiences will always be able to sense bullshit. “Even if movies are made with AI, people sure as heck aren’t going to want to see them.”

Dakota said she would probably never make a film like this again because she “didn't make sense in that world,” but called the film a “learning experience.”

“It was definitely an experience for me to make this film.” I had never done anything like that before. I'll probably never do anything like that again because I make no sense in this world. And I know that now.

“But sometimes in this industry you sign something and it's one thing, and then when you do it it becomes a completely different thing and you're like, wait, what? But it was a real learning experience, and of course it's not nice to be part of something that's been torn to pieces, but I can't say I don't understand it.”