Chloe Grace Moretz opens up about feeling the pressure to get breast implants as a result of Hollywood beauty standards.
Chloë Grace Moretz considered getting breast implants after finding a push-up bra and inserts in her trailer during the filming of a film when she was just 16 years old.
“I was like, ‘Where did this come from?” Those little things were treacherous. Even though you can brush them off, you still internalize them,” Moretz, 21, told The Sunday Times Style magazine. “They make you question yourself and think,” Well, maybe I ‘mnot satisfied with the size of my breasts.'”
Still, the “Kick-Ass” actress is well aware of the influence of Hollywood on the body of the statue, and called it sexist and misogynistic, explaining, “I have to look to Hollywood my whole life. The people I comparing myself to people that aren’t real.”
Almost as annoying for the starlet is the speculation about her personal life, in which she admits that she still has to learn how to navigate within the public sphere.
Think about her relationship with Brooklyn Beckham, with who she went on and off for about a year, Moretz admitted the aftermath of their split made her want to keep her relationships more private moving forward.
“Divorces are hard on the other side of the board,” she said, “but if every verified account on Twitter posts something about me, I get labeled. And every major publication is checked. So when they post something about a certain relationship, appears on my phone, that is how I approximately 90 percent of the things.”
She noted that she wanted “nothing to say” about her past romance with the 19-year-old spawn of David and Victoria Beckham, to note, “I am not a big fan of Pdas in general. I personally don’t want to see people that are placed on my phone.”
Still, she took responsibility for posting the photos, Beckham on her Instagram account during their relationship.
“You can’t post that photo, unless you want people to talk about it,” she said. “And if you do that, you can’t complain.”
The two then became a point of interest for the paparazzi.
She says that she’s since learned to “be secretive. To keep things quiet. It is a very large learning curve, and that was difficult. I have a lot of moments when I was like, ‘Why can’t I just say? Why can I not with this person in the street and not be photographed?’ And there is not really an answer to that other than you just can’t. That is my life, but hopefully I’m going to try and control every ounce of that comes out.”
This story was previously published in the New York Post.