Gwyneth Paltrow has admitted her son Moses is struggling the most in her family during the pandemic.
The 48-year-old actress - who has Moses, 14, and daughter Apple, 16, with ex-husband Chris Martin - has opened up on how her brood is coping with quarantine amid the global health crisis.
Appearing on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' this week via video link, Gwyneth said: "I think Moses, my 14-year-old son is having the hardest time with it.
"I mean, what's great is that he is a skateboarder, so he can do a lot of just like solo, outside exercise and work on skills and tricks and stuff like that.
"But, I think, it's very hard to be 14 and, as all the parents who are watching your show know, it's tough on the ones that are still in kind of like the most intense developmental stages."
Gwyneth admitted Apple is finding the situation "hard socially" as a teen, but she also heaped praise on "kids around the world" for dealing with the pandemic as best they can.
She added: "My daughter is 16, she kind of knows who she is, she's got her friends and my son would've started high school in September and I think it's hard socially.
"But I have also been so amazed at how adaptable and agile they have been. So hats off to the kids around the world getting through it."
Meanwhile, the 'Iron Man' star also reflected on her own teenage years and admitted how making "crank calls" helped her develop her acting skills.
She explained: "It's how I honed my whole acting thing. I would call with all these different accents and try to not break and laugh.
"I think it was my early acting school, my crank calls... Yeah, I was terrible. I was so bad. I got real into the alcohol. I love that whole phase of teenagerhood.
"I remember I once had a party, my parents went out of town and I had a party and I cleaned. I go so drunk at this party and I'm like, 'I'm going to get caught' and I woke up and I cleaned the house top to bottom.
"And I got busted because one of my friends had gone in to my dad's shower and drank a bunch of beers and left them in the shower."