'Divergent' Star Shailene Woodley Believes Human Genetics Aren't Made For Monogamy
The 22 year-old actress questions "if humans are genetically made to be with one person forever," in a candid interview about her insecurities while rising to fame.
Sheilene Woodley is Hollywood's hottest young actress, but she can't seem to find her prince charming.
However, this isn't something the 22 year-old worries about, in fact she is more than fine with it.
Woodley, who is Marie Claire's cover girl for its April issue, gave a candid interview with mag and covered everything from relationships to her first kiss.
"I just haven' met anyone where I was like, 'Wow I could definitely see myself spending a season of my life with you,'" Woodley told the magazine. "I don't even know if humans are genetically made to be with one person forever."
The 'Divergent' star, who featured on the front cover in a multi-coloured skin-tight outfit that was cut-out in several places, also opened up about her insecurities while growing into her teens.
"I was the latest bloomer there ever was," Woodley said. "I was still playing with Barbies at 14 and didn't have my first kiss until 15-and-a-half. He had big beautiful lips, and I was like, 'I don't know what I'm going to do with those.'"
But now at aged 22, 'The Descendants' actress finally feels like she is becoming a women and discovering who she really is.
"For the first time, I feel like I'm entering my womanhood," she added. "I've decided to take a few months off, just to see who I am as that woman in the world, because I've never been able to experience it outside of this industry."
For someone to be in the film and television from a young age, dealing with fame can be a difficult task, but Woodley now feels mature enough to cope with these issues as well as not paying attention to what others tend to think of her.
"My whole life I've been so self-conscious about being skinny," Woodley continued. "And just recently I don't care anymore. All insecurities are projected because of what you think others are saying about you, but they don't really matter at all."