'You're So LA With Your Kale!' Bee Schaffer Reveals What It's Like To Be Anna Wintour's Daughter

09 May 2014 by

[Getty - Anna Wintour and daughter Bee Schaffer]

Anna Wintour's daughter has revealed what it was like growing up with the legendary fashion editor as her mum. Sitting down with Teen Vogue, Bee Schaffer talked about why she chose TV production over a career in fashion and what it's like to be on the guestlist of the Met Ball year after year. 

In the short video chat, Bee lets slip some adorable bombshells (namely, she went to the Met Ball the night before an American History exam) and describes the qualities she got from her mother. 

Here are 5 things we learned about growing up with Anna...

1. Anna and Bee both like to wake up super early

'One thing I inherited from my Mom is I really like to go to bed early and then wake up early. She goes to bed at 10pm and wakes up at 5am. I go to bed at 11pm and wake up at 6am.'

2. And they're both all about punctuality

'I'm very punctual. It's sort of how I was raised. I don't understand people who are late, it's so easy to be on time. You just allot enough time for things. '

3. Anna accidentally signed Bee up for vocal classes

'I asked my mom to sign me up for acting classes when I was 8 years old but she accidentally signed me up for voice classes instead. I can't sing. We had a final performance and I sang 'Where Is Love?' from Oliver and my mom said 'well... it was a tough song'.'

4. Bee got stick for moving to LA

'My mom gave me a lot of cr*p about it. She was like 'you're so LA with your kale', 'how's the kale?'.'

5. Anna is a very 'efficient' mother

'It was interesting when Devil Wears Prada came out she became more famous because of the film. I know that she is the most generous person you will ever meet. She puts everyone before herself always. She's efficient and she just wants things to get done. She's a boss.'

Watch the video here...  



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