I have used this magazine version of portrayal because it allowed me to come across the point that a child's childhood shouldn't be meddled with. The reports on her is very stalker-ish, as if she is living in a 24/7 reality show without knowing that herself. I have used very irrelevant detail about her everyday life to depict the lack of privacy from being a famous 'celebrity'.
I made her have a distinct look on her face that shows that she didn't want to be photographed as it was done against her will. She has make-up on, which no child should, at such an early age. I have tried to make Tessa seem pitiful as she looks up at us, with pleading eyes.
This of coarse isn't the literal reality but an exaggeration of it. I wanted to send the message how early exposure to fame can have negative effect in the child's life.