Hailee Steinfeld dishes out on the difficulties of fame. The young American actress, who did play the art of (Mattie Rose) in the film True Grit has revealed that being a sixteen year old teen star is hard at time, but does give her parents much credit for helping her cope wit her success.
The actress explains that it had been difficult just being thrown into the adult world of Hollywood. Hailee told Company magazine’s August 2013 issue:
”For teenagers – and I mainly speak for myself on this one – you’re put into this adult world and it’s scary as anything can happen at any moment, but I’m just thankful my parents have raised me the way they have. I feel really confident just being me. I think a lot of the young actresses out there are the same – they’ve got really good backgrounds and families. We’re just doing what we love and we’re only doing it for that reason.”
The star has also revealed that one one advantage of fame that she does have is that she can pick all the designer clothes that she would like. She said:
”People ask me If I’ve always been into fashion and my immediate answer is, ‘yes’, but my way of being into fashion before all of this was going through a magazine and saying, ‘I love this dress,; and cutting it out and putting it up on my wall. But now, it’s like so, so crazy and on such a different level -and I can meet all these incredible designers. Being the face of Miu Miu is something I still can’t comprehend. It was such an incredible experience and fashion has become such a huge part of me on a real level.”