Maisie Williams admitted she loves nothing more than being able spend time with ''real people'' when she is not filming.
Maisie Williams likes to take breaks from being in the limelight.
The 'Cyberbully' star admitted seeing negative comments about herself online can ''get on top of you'' and so when she goes home to Somerset in England, she enjoys spending time with ''real people''.
She said: ''Sometimes being in this industry and reading horrible things online - for anyone, not just me - does get on top of you so it's nice to spend time with real people who are right in front of you.''
The 18-year-old actress - who found fame on HBO's 'Game of Thrones' - also shared she loves having ''contrast'' from her chaotic movie career and the promotion that comes with it so she can just be ''Maisie Williams from Clutton [Somerset]''.
She told ES magazine: ''It's nice to have a contrast and have a break from this. Then I can not be Maisie Williams, and just be Maisie Williams from Clutton. That's nice too.
''This world is totally crazy... It is nice to go home and actually not have to talk about myself all the time, because that's what I spend my life doing.''
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