Chloë Grace Moretz doesn't want her relationship with Brooklyn Beckham to define her.
The 19-year-old actress - who was first romantically linked to the son of Victoria and David Beckham at Paris Fashion Week in 2014 - is completely smitten with the 17-year-old photographer but she doesn't want to just be known as "his girlfriend".
In a new interview with Glamour magazine, she admitted: "Seriously, you don't know how often I'm just described as 'his girlfriend.
And you think, 'Well, I've also been acting for 13 years, but don't worry.'"
However, the 'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' star loves the fact they can both relate to each other about being in the spotlight and support one and other when their lives are "twisted and torn apart"
She added: "One of the reasons why dating him is great is that we both get what it means to have our lives twisted and torn apart and faked."
Meanwhile, the blonde beauty loves the fact her beau supports her feminist views.
She said: "My brothers and my boyfriend are amazing, and feminism for me has always been about equality: me being worth exactly the same as my male counterparts, but not more than them - unless what I do is of a higher quality."
Chloe recently confirmed their romance and said she doesn't see any point in hiding it any longer.
Quizzed on whether she is dating Brooklyn, she said: "I think the more I don't make it mysterious the more people don't care, so yes we're in a relationship."
And it was recently revealed the 'Kick-Ass' actress has been given the seal of approval from his parents David and Victoria.
A source said: "Victoria adores her. She's even offered to help Chloe with her modelling ambitions and they've been having girlie bonding sessions with Harper.
"Victoria has been joking how it's good to finally be levelling things out with the female to male ratio in the family.
"The boys also love her and Victoria says she's become part of the family - spending weekends at their home and going for dinner at least three nights a week."
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