Ava Phillippe, daughter of Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon, has been known for her stunning looks and modeling career.
The young actress isn’t afraid to take challenges and seems ready to try new things to find her own space in Hollywood. The carbon copy of Reese Witherspoon has done it all. She is writing her journey from dying her hair pastel pink to Fuschia.
Being the offspring of a famous couple, the young model is not afraid to flaunt her talent. Being known for merely her mother is not acceptable in her eyes. Hence, her talent for modeling, sketching, and photography is well known.
Celebrities have to go through the pressure and pain of always being seen, judged, and criticized. And being their child, they must go through the same procedure, having their freedom as well as their privacy snatched from their hands even before releasing it.
Having famous personalities as your parents is hard for every child, and her fans asked the same difficulty as Ava was answering a Q&A on her Instagram handle.
The 22-year-old was asked, “Do you think your life would’ve been different if your parents weren’t celebrities?”
The model replying is affirmative. Responding with, “Yes. Very. That said, though, I wouldn’t change a thing. The good and the not-so-good made me who I am and gave me many amazing opportunities. And my parents get to do what they love, which is super cool.”
The actress shared her views on looking so very familiar with her mother and told her fans about her relationship with Zoë Kravitz, who looks similar to her mother, Lisa Bonet.
Celebrity life seems like a paradise, heaven on earth from the outside. Having love, fame, money, glamour, style, and attention all at our expense is a dream come true.
Yet, we must not forget the old saying, ‘the grass is always greener on the other side. What we see from the outside might just be the tip of the iceberg. While they possess numerous opportunities by being the children of famous celebrities, they have to go through a certain level of discomfort that being famous brings.
Hence, being in this life is not all roses.