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Chloe Grace Moretz: 'I've been dating Brooklyn Beckham for years'

Published 21/05/2016

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

Chloe Grace Moretz admits the pressure of being in the spotlight originally came between her and boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham.

Actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been dating Brooklyn Beckham "for years", despite only confirming their relationship last week (ends13May16).

The 19-year-old was first linked to the 17-year-old back in the summer of 2014, but only rekindled their romance in public earlier this year (16).

But, in an interview on U.S. show The Talk, the Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising star admitted they had always been close but had finally decided to make things official in recent weeks.

"Well, we've been off and on together for a couple of years now, and we just kind of made it official," she said. "We were always running from people taking pictures of us. And we were like, 'You know what? It's affecting our relationship.' We weren't able to go to the restaurants we wanted to go to or just go to a movie."

Chloe added she and her beau decided to change their approach when it came to the media's interest in their romance in the hope gossips would eventually get bored.

"And so we thought, 'You know what? If we're more upfront about it and we break down the iron curtain and we just let them take our photo, they're not going to care'," she explained.

The young couple made its red carpet debut at the premiere of Chloe's latest movie on Monday (16May16) after Brooklyn - the eldest son of fashion designer Victoria Beckham and ex-footballer husband David - flew into Los Angeles to surprise her.

"He's very sweet," she smiled to E! News after revealing the romantic gesture. "He's a very very genuine man. He's a gentle man."

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