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Daily Blind Item — F’ed Up Kids

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This Hollywood nanny has worked for some of the biggest celebrities in the world, but she describes the high-profile children of this A list couple as by far the worst she’s ever looked after.

“Entitled, spoilt and rude,” says the nanny, who claims most celebrity kids are usually – to our surprise – quite good.

She predicts these kids to grow into “just the worst” adults.

So, tell me, Gossipers:

Who are our kids?

Who is our couple?

 

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      • Most genuinely turn out well, but the ones that don’t get so much attention from the media that it makes you think the opposite. Same thing with child stars….

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        • So true. That attitude really stems from a combination of media manipulation and ignorance. For every Ariel Winter, there’s actually two Scarlett Johanssons.

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  1. “says the nanny, who claims most celebrity kids are usually”

    This is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to believe on the internet.

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  2. Nicola Peltz and her family? I always remember that she came across incredibly badly during her first few years of fame and I can’t imagine her siblings to be much better…

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      • He doesn’t need to unfortunately. He has his parents bankrolling whatever his monthly whim is and his famous last name earns him countless opportunities that are effectively stolen from much more deserving people. Nepotism isn’t fair, but that’s the life of a famous person’s kid.

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