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Zendaya Opens Up About Love with Tom Holland and Life Beyond the Limelight

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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In fact, Zendaya is considering where her roles will take her in the future and envisions a life for herself that may involve motherhood and perhaps even a little bit of normalcy away from the spotlight.

The 27-year-old actress' departure from typical teen and 20-something roles in Luca Guadagnino's "Call Me by Your Name" prompted her to consider whether her acceptance as a romantic lead would increase if those characters were closer to her own age. During an interview with Vogue, the Emmy-winning "Euphoria" actress pondered whether her children would ever be famous and wondered if they were to become famous.

Zendaya shared that she wanted her future children to live a very private and protected life—miles away from the public eye that has characterized much of her career. As much as she would want to be left alone, she said, "But it kind of makes me nervous—actually, not to be a has-been but just for it to get a little stagnant.

In this ambivalence about fame and family, Zendaya spoke to an evolving, adult perspective through which she could see just how restrictive those experiences were and how much she had actually wanted to return to "normal" life.

There was no word from Zendaya regarding the romantic possibility of settling down and starting a family with her "Spider-Man" co-star Tom Holland. She was all praise for her co-star's soon-to-be participation in the London production of "Romeo & Juliet," meaning his lady love supports him on the set and probably off the set as well.

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