Zendaya is proud of how Tom Holland has handled his career

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Tom Holland and Zendaya in 2021.


Zendaya made some rare remarks about her boyfriend Tom Holland.

In a joint interview with Vogue and British Vogue, the “Challengers” star praised his “Spider-Man: Homecoming” co-star for how he handled things following the film’s 2017 release.

“We were both very, very young, but my career was already underway and his career changed overnight. One day you’re a kid and you’re at the pub with your friends, and the next day you’re Spider-Man,” she said. “I really saw his life change in front of him. But he did. really well managed.

Next up for Holland is a role in London’s West End production of “Romeo and Juliet,” scheduled for May. Zendaya said she “couldn’t be more proud.”

“I’m going to try to see as many shows as possible,” she added.

Although the two have been linked for years, they remain rather private about their relationship.

This seems to have only increased their interest, based on a story Zendaya shared about a time when they were in Paris and wanted to visit the famous Louvre.

According to the “Euphoria” star, they were warned and told, “It’s already busy.” You could make things worse. They went anyway, she said, and photos of them visiting the exhibits made the rounds on social media.

“It was actually good,” Zendaya recalls. “You kind of get used to the fact that, Oh, I’m also one of these works of art that you’re going to take a picture of. I just have to be totally cool with it and live my life.

And fame can have its benefits. Zendaya said the museum actually allowed them to stay after closing.

“It was one of the coolest experiences ever,” she said. “It was like a ‘Night at the Museum’.”

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