Florence Welch has never been one to flaunt her life in front of the cameras 24/7, however even though her personal life is kept pretty low-key - she's still struggled to cope with the loss of privacy that fame brings, at times.
"Like going to the park and then seeing yourself in the papers two days later – it gives you a bit of a funny feeling," the 25-year-old told the Radio Times. "But it’s not really my place to complain. Like Kate Moss said, 'Never explain, never complain'."
Very true, Florence! But it seems that there's one person who worries about the 'Dog Days' singer more than others.
The star said: "My mum does worry about me a little bit – listening to my songs, like Shake It Out,’ she said. "It’s funny because a lot of my songs almost seem to be about the breakdown of things."
"I think I’m slightly a chaos merchant – like, always waiting for the other shoe to drop off. I’m actually a control freak but try to keep things together. So I’m trying to find a balance in my life but right now it seems to be all or nothing."
Florence also spoke out about the added pressure to settle down, saying: "Spending so much time on the road has also made her want to settle down – but not yet. ‘I think you crave stability when you’re in an environment where everything seems transient,’ she said. ‘It’s a nice idea to be settled and I’d like to get married and kids would be nice."
"But I’d quite like five years before any of that happens."
Well, things don't seem to be settling down anytime soon, that's for sure and she even went as far as describing her home as a 'graveyard of suitcases.'
The star went on: "They haunt me – they’re these big black boxes which I have to fill, refill, empty. It’s just constant. I’m actually a homebody. I very much like to potter and just be. I’ll probably end up building a house for myself out of suitcases," she added.
Meanwhile, Florence and The Machine have also been announced as the final headline act for Bestival 2012. This years festival is set to take place on September 7 and the 'Florence Welch fronted band' is set to top the Main Stage line-up.
Looks like you'll be living out of those suitcases for a little while longer, Flo!
Check out Florence & The Machine performing 'Shake It Out' live below:
Florence Welch steps out with her new man in NYC!