Chloe Grace Moretz, The EDIT

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Chloe Grace Moretz is grateful to have someone like Brooklyn Beckham in her life. After all, before she began dating the 17-year-old scion, it was tricky to meet men who were genuine.

"They've seen you in sex scenes in movies, they know what you look like crying, and they can read your interviews and know your favorite bands, so it feels like they have all this in common with you...Happens a lot," the 19-year-old star of Universal Pictures' Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising told The EDIT, Net-a-Porter's weekly digital magazine. "I'll think, 'How are we vibing so hard right now?' Then I realize, and I don't care anymore. I just go back to work." As a result of those experiences, she decided to only date people who understand how Hollywood works. "They'd understand the travel, the sex scenes with random people, the crazy schedules..."

Chloe Grace Moretz, The EDIT

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At the time of her interview, Chloë claimed she and Brooklyn were "just good friends." But just a few days later, she confirmed what their fans already knew—they are indeed "in a relationship." Regarding Brooklyn's famous parents, soccer player David Beckham and fashion designer Victoria Beckham, Chloë said, "They are a great family. They don't tout their money, either."

Family is important to Chloë, who is the youngest of five siblings. When Brooklyn comes over, for example, "My brothers answer the door and they're like, 'Yo.' All four of them. And they're big dudes—all over six-foot. It's like, 'You mess with [Chloë] and we will kill you.' I love that!"

Chloe Grace Moretz, The EDIT

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Everything seems to be coming up roses for Chloë, who next stars in the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. "I push myself very hard but I still can't accomplish everything I want! There's not enough time in the day! My mom says, 'You're young; don't ride yourself that hard.' She wants me to make less movies, but I've averaged three to four a year for the last six years now, and I get bored otherwise." Her drive has made her one of Hollywood's most bankable young stars, but will she ever stop and smell those roses? "I'm trying," she said. "I took my family to Mexico for two weeks for my birthday and we hung out on the beach. So, I'm learning."

To see the full interview with Chloë Grace Moretz read The EDIT or download The EDIT's free app for iPhone, iPad and Android.

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