That said, the actor still desires privacy in his personal life, particularly as it pertains to his relationships. To which GQ's reporter Daniel Riley gently suggested that "if he really wanted to be left alone he might not spend time with one of the four most followed people on Instagram."
Chalamet laughed at Riley's comment and acknowledged the contradiction saying, "This reminds me of that recent South Park episode with the Worldwide Privacy Tour [which was a parody of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry]. Sometimes, people are going to be hella confused when you say you’re trying to live a private life."
In the same interview, Chalamet goes on to share why it's important for him to have more life experiences as an actor. "The experiential rush of my career taking off was so new to me that those were the experiences that were feeding my work for a while. But you’ve got to have real experiences. Human experiences. You’ve got to fall in love, you’ve got to be bored...I never slowed down. I never disappeared from view. But this year, in L.A., I feel like I have in a great way."
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