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Gywneth banned from school

Gwyneth Paltrow is “not allowed” to pick up her children on a Vespa again.

The actress caused controversy in September when she almost rode her bike into a school bus with daughter Apple on the back seat.

And now the Los Angeles school has allegedly forbidden parents from picking up their children via Vespa, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

A month after the near-collision, Gwyneth was spotted at the California DMV getting her Motorcycle drivers’ licence.

The actress doesn’t appear to be fazed by the negative attention – instead, she is focusing on the holiday season.

Gwyneth shared her children’s Christmas lists on website, with a gift guide.

“Usually by this point in the year, I am well organised, Christmas cards are ready to go, I've got a good jump on the gifts,” Gwyneth wrote.

“Not this year. I am overwhelmed and a disaster. So our gift guide comes at just the right time, at least for me. We have included some old favourites and some new finds, all of which will make Father Christmas proud.”

Items on Gwyneth’s list include a Jennifer Creel 14K yellow, pink or white gold chain with three customised name charms at $3,150.00.

There is also a Jan Eleni print of children's artwork which the actress says "looks like a Damian Hirst from a distance" at $950.00.

People who want a signed copy of Gwyneth’s cookery books My Father's Daughter or It's All Good can get one for $55.00 each.

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