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Halle Berry Thinks There's No Paparazzi In France

Halle Berry

Here that laugh? Yeah, that’s from Kate Middleton.

According to celebrity mom Halle Berry, she wants to move her 4-year-old daughter to France with her and her fiance Olivier Martinez because she doesn’t want her daughter growing up in the Hollywood spotlight with all the attention she’s getting from the tabloid press and the paparazzi. And what better way to tell us that than in a magazine interview, right? Here’s what she tells In Style Magazine:

“It’s the appeal of privacy and a greater sense of safety for Nahla. I don’t want her to grow up around the tabloids. Because we are followed all the time, she is starting to feel like she is somehow special, and of course she is, but I want her to understand that she’s special because of who she is, not because she was born into this celebrity blender.”

Now, Halle, I think you are a beautiful woman and you were excellent in “Their Eyes Were Watching God,” (my favorite big-screen book adaption of all time), but girlfriend, you have got to stop with this. Taking your daughter away from her biological father and moving her to a different continent will not make you a better mother. While yes, I completely agree with you that certain tabloids (not us, of course) really step over the line when it comes to journalistic integrity, there are ways you can keep Nahla away from the public eye. You don’t need to move to France to get away from Los Angeles. Have you ever heard of New Mexico? San Diego? Phoenix? Heck, even Miami? There are certain stars out there, like say, Julia Roberts, who knows how to keep her private business private while her career and Hollywood profile remains public.

And talking about this in a magazine interview certainly isn’t helping, now is it? Anyone know how to French throw their shade with a side eye on the side?

Photo via In Style

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