Table of contents:
- Kate Middleton
- Anfisa Chekhova
- Daria Melnikova
- Christina Orbakaite
- Natalya Vodyanova
- Yana Poplavskaya
- Anastasia Zadorozhnaya
- Renata Litvinova
- Ekaterina Barnabas
- Anna Semenovich
The life of celebrities from the outside often seems like a fairy tale: the attention of millions of fans is drawn to them, their incomes are quite high and more than cover their needs, their beauty is admired, and they are frankly envied of their success. And it's hard to imagine that this was not always the case, and many celebrities remember the times when it was difficult for them even to just leave the house, so as not to experience aggression and outright bullying from those people with whom they had to face each other again and again. day.
The future queen consort was a rather withdrawn and insecure child. At Downe House School in Berkshire, where she studied, Kate Middleton was aggressively persecuted by her then more successful classmates. When the teenage girl moved to Marlborough College, peers and educators noted that she was so bullied that at first she had a hard time forcing herself to communicate, suffered from eczema caused by stress, and was very quiet. Over time, she managed to gain confidence and even attract the attention of the heir to the throne.
The famous TV presenter had to go through a difficult path in order to speak almost calmly about her childhood today. And it was very difficult. Even in kindergarten, her father shaved her hair, and peers began to scoff at the future star. And as a teenager, she had to repeatedly fight with boys who teased her because of her curvy figure and freckles on her face. She was called "Canape" and "Madame Gritsatsuyeva", and the girl's attempts to defend herself caused laughter and hooting. Many years had to pass before Anfisa Chekhova was able to turn her shortcomings into frank advantages.
The star of the series "Daddy's Daughters" in her teens suffered from her small stature and was constantly ridiculed and bullied by her classmates. While her peers were already taking on adult forms, Daria remained like a boy. In addition, she did not wear makeup and did not date boys. Unable to withstand the pressure and outright aggression against her, Daria Melnikova was forced to move to another school and go to the eighth grade for the second time. The only outlet for the future star was dancing classes, which, as a result, brought her to the cinema.
The daughter of Alla Pugacheva in childhood was also subjected to pressure from her peers. The teachers treated Christina Orbakaite well, but her classmates frankly did not like her. She even received a threatening note one day. This behavior was most likely caused by banal envy, although Christina herself was a rather quiet child and never enjoyed the fame of her famous mother.
Today she is one of the most successful and sought-after models in the world, and as a child Natalia Vodianova suffered from bullying from her peers. At school, the girl was mocked, classmates drew her in the form of a stick because of excessive thinness caused by the fact that the family often simply did not have enough food. And Natalia was also considered dirty because of her sister, who suffered from cerebral palsy. In one of her interviews, the top model admitted that she was convinced from childhood that poverty often coexisted with humiliation.
The actress became famous thanks to the role of Little Red Riding Hood, played in childhood, and in life she desperately suffered from the ridicule of her classmates. She herself did not consider herself a beauty, but the ridicule and offensive nicknames of her classmates because of her big mouth was very painful for her. Her peers even called her the ugliest girl in the country, and Yana Poplavskaya once even got into a fight with one of them in an attempt to protect herself.
The Russian actress once admitted that she seriously suffered from ridicule and offensive nicknames, which were endowed with her peers, who studied with her in the children's ensemble "Fidgets". The current colleagues of Anastasia Zadorozhnaya, Sergey Lazarev and Yulia Volkova, were especially sophisticated. As a child, this was a serious problem for the actress. She really wanted to make friends with everyone, but her attempts to establish contact ran into a new portion of ridicule and bullying. But Nastya Zadorozhnaya is not at all rancorous and today she tries not to remember her childhood grievances.
Today, the actress is called a style icon, and her beauty and taste are envied not only by fans, but also by many colleagues. As a child, Renata Litvinova experienced the power of the cruelty of her peers. She was always tall, and her classmates did not miss an opportunity to award the future star with an offensive nickname like "Ostankino Tower" or "Kalanchi".
The star of "Comedy Woman", who began her successful career with playing in KVN, admitted in one of her interviews that her appearance was often in childhood and adolescence the subject of bullying from peers, and sometimes just strangers. Once she was beaten by skinheads, and people on the subway often simply moved away from a girl dressed in men's clothes that she inherited from her older brothers. Today, Catherine Barnabas is known throughout the country and recalls her difficult childhood with bitterness.
The actress and presenter has been figure skating since childhood, so she often went to competitions abroad. Even then, the girl could provide for herself, and during trips abroad she tried to get herself decent clothes and shoes. This aroused envy on the part of Anna Semenovich's classmates, who openly disliked the future celebrity, tried to inject more painfully and never accepted them into their companies.
Not all stars can call their school years wonderful. It is difficult to imagine, but many of them were considered outsiders in childhood, and their peers frankly disliked them. However, they were able to prove that swans grow from ugly ducklings.