There's a Chloe Moretz-Brooklyn Beckham Post-Breakup Cover That You Have to See RN

Well, this is a bit awkward.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Sep 19, 2016
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Remember this sweet photo of Chloe Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham posted weeks ago... before they broke up?

We thought it was just one of those sweet photos, but it turns out that this was a behind-the-scenes look at their cover shoot for the October 2016 issue of Teen Vogue.


Just a few weeks ago, the two have reportedly called it quits after they were seen fighting during a Coldplay concert. So it's a bit heartbreaking—and even ~*awkward*~—to see this image again on the cover. She even talked about Brooklyn a bit during her interview with Carrie co-star Julianne Moore. She went on and explained how it was to get attention for things that didn't need that much attention.

"I'd be foolish to say that it hasn't been hard as a young woman who is trying to calculate her own personal ideas in terms of politics or how she wants to use her voice for the betterment of society. Those things have been difficult because society doesn't really want you to be smart, put together, and well rounded," she tells her mentor. "They want a story. They want a tabloid. Especially right now, in my newer relationship with my boyfriend [Brooklyn Beckham]. We'll go out and there will be 15 paparazzi and we're just going to a grocery store. We are real people and we're having real emotional experiences, and all this is happening around us. Trying to keep ourselves in our own little world is difficult."

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There's also a point in the interview when Julianne asks her about being in a long distance relationship. Must have been a bit painful reading this now.

"You know as well as I do that it feels like everything in this industry is a long-distance relationship... So getting into a relationship with someone who also has lived some of their life between cities, from L.A. to New York to London, is easier. We both understand that there will be times when we can't speak because we are too busy. Some of it is just based on trust. If you feel that you can trust each other and go eight hours without talking, then you have something that can withstand space and time."

Aww, hugs, Chloe. Read more of their conversation on

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