Natalie Portman has no problem with her public perception as a Hollywood "good girl", because her reputation has allowed her to enjoy the benefits of her successful career while remaining "pretty anonymous".
The actress made her movie debut in 1994's Leon and shot to superstardom after landing the role of Queen Amidala in 1999's Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
However, she remained largely out of the public eye throughout the early 2000s as she studied for a psychology degree at the prestigious Harvard University in Massachusetts.
She has since returned to the limelight with high profile parts in films such as The Other Boleyn Girl and V for Vendetta, but Portman insists she can still go shopping and visit movie theatres without being "harassed" by fans - and that's how she likes it.
She tells Britain's Telegraph magazine, "I'm not exactly a bad girl... it's not important that strangers know who I really am.
"I go to the mall at Christmas time. I go to the movie theatre on Friday nights. I'm pretty anonymous. I sometimes get recognised, but not harassed. So I feel very left alone because of that good-girl image. Maybe people get bored by it - and that's great!"
Portman is expecting her first baby later this year (10) with fiance Benjamin Millepied, who she met on the set of new movie Black Swan.