Millie Bobby Brown lands Teen Vogue cover as she talks fame

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She's made her mark on Hollywood playing a telekinetic kid who comes to know her own strength in Netflix's Stranger Things.

And on Monday, Millie Bobby Brown made some magic of her own as she graced the cover of Teen Vogue's June/July edition.

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The 15-year-old actress appeared in a series of photographs where she was in summer dresses as she talks about fame at an early age: 'There are definitely those surreal moments where I've stopped myself and said, "Wow, this is different, this is not what real people go through."'

For the cover shot, Brown gazed straight into the camera donning a collared turquoise blouse with crystal embellishments.

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Her eyes were set off with cat-eyed matching liner in a similar turquoise color.

Another memorable shot featured Brown winking at the camera and sticking out her tongue in an elegant strapless gown with a voluminous tulle train that extended a couple of feet behind her.

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For the interview, Millie opened up on her upcoming comeback as Eleven on Stranger Things.

When asked why she thinks her character has impacted audiences, she said: 'For me, I gravitate toward people that need help.

People - Mom

'I'm just one of those people. I think my mom is the same.

'I gravitate towards people like that. And I think that's what people do with Eleven.

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'They gravitate toward her because she feels, you feel like you need to help her.

'I don't know, I find that really fun, especially in movies, you feel like you can try and help people.'

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The star - who has recently become UNICEF’s youngest Goodwill Ambassador - also opened up on what it's really like on-set: 'Everything you see on the show is what you get.

'We genuinely live in the 80s world when we're on set. Everything, to our underwear that we're given. We get...
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