Halle Berry to Paparazzi and LA: I'm Outta Here!

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Halle Berry to Paparazzi and LA: I\'m Outta Here!
Halle Berry is so terrified the paparazzi and constant attention are going to have a negative effect on her two year old daughter Nahla, she's looking to move out of LA for good.

After noticing an increase of interest in her daughter by paps and the tabloids, Halle is considering moving to San Francisco so Nahla can grow up "in a place that is less of a fishbowl."

She says, "I worry that this whole insatiable appetite for celebrity children will somehow adversely affect Nahla. I don't think it's fair, and I don't think it's safe. How will she grow up, having been objectified like this for most of her whole young life?

"Already they (press) write things about her: 'Oh, she looks like this; oh, she looks like that.' But nobody knows her. They just pick her apart on a very superficial level. How will I be able to help her keep that in perspective in this town?"

And it looks like a recent department store scare may have been the reason she's considering the big move. She recently told Vogue, "I took her shopping, and I had that moment that every parent has. You look away for a second and they're gone, and your body just gets all hot. And so I had a little breakdown... I look around and, sure enough, 30 seconds later, she pokes her head out: 'Hi, Mommy.'"

And just in case she ever goes missing, Halle's training her to make sure she knows exactly how to say who she is. She adds: "It made me think: What if she really did get lost? Would she be able to say who she is? So that night, I said, 'What's your mommy's name?' And she looked at me like, 'You idiot. Why are you asking me what your name is? I asked her again... she thought about it for a second, and finally she said, 'Halle Blueberries!'"

Nahla is the cutest little thing in Hollywood, but we don't blame Halle for wanting a more normal life for her family. Celebrity kids have a hard time adjusting to normal life when they become teenagers.
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