Lily-Rose Depp says she's ‘so careful’ about nepo baby conversations now

Lily-Rose Depp is taking on a new approach to nepo baby conversations. Months after The Idol star, who is the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis, first weighed in on the topic of nepotism in Hollywood, she is explaining how her approach to the discourse has shifted. "I'm so careful about these conversations now," Lily-Rose told i-D. "I feel like my parents did the best job that they possibly could at giving me the most ‘normal childhood' that they could. And obviously, that still was not a normal childhood. I'm super aware of the fact that my childhood did not look like everybody's." Previously, she told Elle that "the internet cares a lot more about who your family is than the people who are casting you in things," which sparked a response from other kids of celebrities who shared their stance. As Lily-Rose takes on her biggest projects – starring alongside The Weeknd in the HBO series The Idol and acting in Robert Eggers' movie Nosferatu – she also reflected on how she handles the pitfalls of stardom.