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Chloe Grace Moretz: 'Dating men in Hollywood is easier'

Published 19/05/2016

Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Grace Moretz
Brooklyn Beckham and Chloe Grace Moretz

The actress prefers to date men in Hollywood because they understand her lifestyle.

Actress Chloe Grace Moretz finds it difficult dating men who think they know her because of her public persona.

The star is currently romancing Victoria and David Beckham's son Brooklyn, and she admits the relationship works because they both understand the celebrity lifestyle.

"(People have) seen you in sex scenes in movies, they know what you look like crying, and they can read your interviews and know your favourite bands, so it feels like they have all this in common with you... It happens a lot," she tells The Edit magazine. "I'll think, 'How are we vibing so hard right now?' Then I realise, and I don't care anymore. I just go back to work."

"(People in the business) understand the travel, the sex scenes with random people, the crazy schedules..."

The 19-year-old previously insisted she and Brooklyn were just friends, but she recently revealed the two are in a relationship. They made their red carpet debut together earlier this month (May16) at the premiere of her new film Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.

"Now, it's out. It's done," she told E! News. "Get over it. It's real. We're together and that's it!"

Chloe's decision to speak about the relationship came after she insisted in a recent interview with Glamour magazine that she doesn't feel the need to share intimate details about her private life with fans online because "it's no one's business".

"These moments are supposed to be so personal and special - you're building a foundation with someone or just having fun and going on a date," she told the publication. "No one needs to know about that, and I hate to see that stuff broadcast on TV."

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