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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Zendaya “craves attention” from her dog

    'The Greatest Showman’ actress is devoted to her beloved mut Noon and she admitted that she needs him around far more than he needs her


    Speaking to Australia's Total Girl magazine, she said: “He really is amazing - I love him so much. It's usually dogs that crave attention from their owners but I crave attention from him."

    As well as spending time with her pooch pal, the 24-year-old actress loves hanging out with her friends, especially when she needs to relax and unwind properly.

    Asked the secret to taking care of yourself, she said: "Honestly, just keep it simple. Having a night in with the girls and pampering yourself, or just having a movie night with your favourite dinner. The simple things can be the best."

    And when it comes to supporting her friends through the tough times, Zendaya does her best to be there for her when they need her and accept that there are some things she can’t make better.

    She advised: “You can't make every situation better as some things are out of your control. But when your friends are going through a rough time you can check up on them, tell them you love them, hang out and have fun with them - all these things are in your control."

    The ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ star also believes it is important to be kind to everyone, not just friends and family members.

    She said: “We never know what people might be going through so it's so important to be kind to everybody, not just those people in life we care about. Words are so important - just a few kind words can change a person's day."

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