Millie Bobby Brown finds the transition to adulthood the hardest part of her fame

Millie Bobby Brown finds the transition to adulthood the hardest part of her fame

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Having achieved fame at a very young age, English actress and model Millie Bobby Brown is still considered a child by her fans as they are unwilling to accept that she grew up as a 17 year old young woman who must look like it. .

“I’m only 17, but at the end of the day I’m learning to be a woman,” said Brown, who rose to the pinnacle of fame with her role in the Netflix sci-fi series “Strange Things” when she was a mere 12-year-old.

“I am learning to be a young woman. So being a young girl people watch you grow up, right? And they almost invested in your growth and your journey. But they are not ready to accept the fact that you are growing up.

It is therefore this public eye examination that the star of “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” speaks of, which she must face during the transition from child to young woman.

Adapting to her new reality of femininity, she has to dress with the corresponding fashion choices. However, Millie Bobby Brown said, “So I’m wearing a crop top and people are like, ‘She’s 10”. I’m like, ‘No, I mean, I’m 17.’ It’s something girls do.

The actress continued, “Or I wear high heels. Or I wear an outfit for a price and they’re like, ‘She’s 50.’ No, it’s because you’ve been watching me since I was 10 years old. That’s why you think so.

Millie Bobby Brown has found her transition to adulthood to be one of the hardest parts of her fame as her millions of fans are unwilling to let go of her old childhood identity. She said, “I think that’s what I found quite difficult: the transition period.”

“They don’t accept it and I have completely accepted it. You know, I’m ready. I’m like, “It’s been a while. Let me wear a high heel! I won’t play these young girls anymore and it’s kinda like I have 50 million people [who are] like my parents.

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