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Chloe Grace Moretz won't starve herself skinny

Published 03/08/2016

Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz

Chloe Grace Moretz makes sure her body is the best it can be, but won't go on a fad diet to achieve it.

Chloe Grace Moretz won’t ever starve herself to get slim.

Actress Chloe is one of the hottest names in Hollywood right now, after first starting out as a child star. With credits like Kick-Ass and the remake of ‘70s horror classic Carrie under her belt, Chloe has rocketed to the top of the A-list. Despite her job demanding she stay in shape, the teenager is realistic about her body goals, and has no interest in succumbing to the stick-thin, A-list stereotype.

“I’m never going to be a Keira (Knightley),” Chloe told Britain’s Glamour magazine. “I just don’t have her body type, but I can be the best my body can be through training and eating cleanly.

“Sure you can go on a juice cleanse if you want, but be under no illusions: you are starving yourself.”

While 19-year-old Chloe is staying firm on shunning fad diets, one area of fame she can’t avoid is relationship scrutiny over her romance with Brooklyn Beckham.

The two were first linked in 2014 but only went public with their romance this year (16) after Chloe confessed the stress of trying to keep it under wraps was affecting the relationship. Things haven’t been plain sailing since they confirmed the romance though, as Chloe now finds herself relegated to the girlfriend role, even though she has a more established career than her 17-year-old beau.

“We both get what it means to have our lives twisted and torn apart and faked,” she said of David and Victoria Beckham’s oldest son. “But seriously, you don’t know how often I’m, described as ‘his girlfriend’ and you think, ‘well I’ve also been acting for 13 years, but don’t worry’.”

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