For example, being photographed every time you leave the house and, of course, always being hunted by fans and stalkers alike.
Because of this, YouTuber couple Zoella and Alfie Deyes have revealed that they've upped security at their home.
“Every single day, parents [would] drive their kids over – and the adults are the ones who get annoyed when we say we won’t do pictures,” Alfie told The Telegraph. “They lift their kids onto the walls around our house, and throw stuff over. I’m always polite, but the way I see it, not even my mum turns up uninvited.”
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He also revealed that the couple have V state of the art security at their shared Brighton home, including a panic button.
“We’ve got things in the corner of every room that as soon as we go to bed, or if we go to sleep or into particular rooms, the security kicks in,” Alfie revealed in a recent home tour vlog. “If we ever get broken into or there are any intruders, they make an instant call to the police.”
"Panic buttons are a must too: We have panic buttons hidden all over the house. If you press it at any time, 24/7 365 days a year, every single police car in the area that’s available will come to the house.”
Better safe than sorry, as they say!