Chloë Moretz has had a busy last few weeks, most recently speaking at the National Democratic Convention to encourage millennials to vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming US election. However, the star has revealed her frustration over being mostly referred to as simply Brooklyn Beckham's 'girlfriend' despite her own achievements.
The If I Stay actress has been in an on and off relationship with David and Victoria Beckham's eldest son for years, and the pair publicly confirmed their romance back in May this year. However, since the revelation Chloë has revealed that she is often referred to as simply Brooklyn's girlfriend, telling Glamour magazine: "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.'"
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Chloe spoke about her frustration that she was simply referred to as Brooklyn's 'girlfriend'
She spoke about her feminist views and how important she finds equality between genders, saying: "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."
The 19-year-old also opened up about her relationship with the photographer, saying that they both understand each other and the publicity surrounding their romance. She said: "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."
The pair have been officially dating since May
Brooklyn recently paid Chloe a surprise visit before she made her speech at the NDC. In it, she said: "This November, I will be voting in my first general election and I am excited that the very first vote I cast for President will be for Hillary Clinton.
"I'm a millennial – a member of the largest generation of Americans since the Baby Boom. But nearly four out of five young people stayed home in the 2014 Congressional election. Imagine what can happen if we all make our voices heard at the ballot box this November."