Ana de Armas

"For me, fame may be in response to my work, but I don’t focus on that result. I want to think and put my energy into the journey, that’s what I enjoy the most. I don’t personally feel like my life has changed. Despite fame, I always look for normalcy in my life and that’s what makes me the happiest, so it’s how I try to keep it. Maybe that’s the reason I feel like I’ve coped so well." - Ana de Armas, Harper's Bazaar

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