Daisy Ridley: Social media is bad for mental health

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Daisy Ridley deleted her social media after apropos famous

Star Wars singer Daisy Ridley says apropos famous done her undo her social media.

The 25-year-old, who stars as Rey in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, quit Instagram progressing this year.

In an talk with Radio Times, she says she did it since of how bad it is for mental health.

Ridley says: “The some-more we review about teenage anxiety, the some-more we consider it’s rarely diseased for people’s mental health.”

She adds: “It’s such a weird thing for immature people to demeanour at twisted images of things they should be.”

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Daisy Ridley plays Rey in the Star Wars trilogy

Ridley’s big mangle came in 2014 when she was expel in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Before that she had only had teenager roles in Casualty and Mr Selfridge.

She says her “life unexpected got a bit different” after being expel in the sci-fi film franchise.

“I’m really recognized more, but we find the whole holding pictures thing weird,” she says.

“I’d prefer to have a review than someone asking for a picture, but we theory people feel the need to infer they’ve had the communication by social media.”

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Ridley with her co-stars Gwendoline Christie, John Boyega and executive Rian Johnson.

Ridley deleted her social media in September, following the likes of celebrities like Adele, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, who have all deleted their accounts in the past after being impressed by the online world.

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