Apparently, having famous parents isn't the most difficult thing in the world — and Lori Loughlin's daughter can attest to it. Her youngest girl, Olivia, 18, opened up on her YouTube channel about what it was like growing up with her mom and dad in the spotlight.

"I never think anything of it, I know I always say that, but it's the truth," she said of her Full House star mother and fashion designer father. However, it opened her eyes to who she could really trust, especially when she was younger. "I remember when I was six, seven, eight years old I would always think, 'Oh, do they want to be my friend for me or my mom and my dad,'" Olivia explained. "I think that's probably not normal thoughts a six-year-old, seven-year-old, eight-year-old child would have, but it's definitely something."

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She added, "I just remember when I was eight years old, I was like 'red flag.'" However, Olivia notes that it's "almost a blessing" because "I can tell who actually wants to be my friend, which is cool."

Olivia's older sister, Bella, 19, agrees that their mother's fame doesn't affect their lives that much today. "I sometimes forget that she's famous. It's odd to see her on the TV screen and then turn around and see her cooking dinner," Bella told Teen Vogue in a previous interview. Olivia added, "I don't think I even realized the success of the show until I clicked on the Netflix Fuller House promo recently and noticed it had more than 13 million views."

We love how down to earth Lori and her family are! She was recently asked if they'd ever want their own reality show to which she replied, "No… we've been asked to do a reality show a couple times… we're not that exciting." She added, "I have my two girls, they're 18 and 19 and they're doing really well. Olivia Jade's YouTube channel is doing really well and Bella's at her first year of college and she's enjoying it and she's also pursuing an acting career." You go, girls!