Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp, shared in an interview with i-D magazine that she had a mostly normal childhood despite growing up in the spotlight. She credited her parents for doing their best to provide her with a normal life and valuing “real life.” However, she also acknowledged that her childhood was unusual when compared to other kids, and she has struggled with mental health due to the never-ending attention she receives.
Lily-Rose explained that she can’t smoke weed in her room because it makes her overanalytical, and she fears people will assume she is sick and depressed when they see a photo of her. To ground herself, she reminds herself that no one cares about her as much as she cares about herself.
Despite her anxiety, Lily-Rose loves her job and is excited about her upcoming TV series, “The Idol.” She deals with imposter syndrome by reminding herself that if she was chosen for the role, there must be a reason. She wants to work hard and challenge herself to ensure she doesn’t overlook any details and doesn’t mess up the project.
Lily-Rose was born in 1998 to Depp and his ex Vanessa Paradis. While Lily-Rose acknowledges that her childhood was unusual, she is fortunate to have been raised in a world where people value everyday life and reality.