Justin and Cammie left Paris yesterday where JT has been since hosting the MTV Europe Awards. They seem to be in good spirits while waiting to fly out of Charles de Gaulle Airport despite getting their pics snapped. It's no secret that the couple is not a fan of the paparazzi, but now we hear that Cameron is starting to accept the life she chose to live. She spoke about this in W Magazine. Here are some highlights:
"I wasn't the best version of myself for a couple of years, Something happened in our industry, in our society, and there was an explosion of this really aggressive group of people. I don't even know if they're people—these paparazzi."
"Now I've made peace with it. I realize that I can't change it. That's a part of what society expects of people in my position—to catch our lives in certain moments. And I want to make movies, so I will participate on a certain level."
Still, she doesn't think that the publicity she gets from the tabloids helps her career in any way. "Tabloids don't sell movies or help anyone's career," she says, "If that were true, every Lindsay Lohan movie would open to $80 million."
She's got a good point! We understand why she still has a hard time with the cameras, but at least she is learning to smile more often when faced with the situation.