Chloë Moretz says success can be "dangerous" if stars don't have a strong support system.
The teenage actress explained that her biggest fear is losing touch with reality and her nearest and dearest, who she credits with keeping her grounded.
The 15-year-old began her movie career at the tender age of seven and has turned into a coveted film star as well as a fashion icon.
"[My biggest fear is] losing my points of reference. Without a solid basis and the support of a close-knit family, success can be dangerous. Hopefully, I can maintain a sense of values. I feel protected by those I love," she told French publication Le Figaro.
Chloë added that she wants to have a big family of her own one day.
Having grown-up with three older brothers, the Hugo star would like to raise her future children in a similar environment to her own.
"I already dream about having my own family. I'd love to have a husband and three kids, a son and then twin girls. The eldest brother would protect his little sisters, as it was for me," she said.
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