I see nothing wrong here.
I especially don't think that doing an interview with Vogue in any way gives up her right to a bit of privacy. So I think that the "wants it both ways" is being very unfair to her. The Vogue interview is an obligation of her job -- the fact that it involves some invasion of her privacy doesn't mean that she has to give up everything. Despite our best efforts, everyone who works has to give up some control of ourselves to the job. Hers might be more public than mine, but the principle is the same.
I'm fortunate (or unfortunate, depending on your point of view) to know a few celebrities IRL. But I'm very careful to treat them as "regular people" when I interact with them. It's all about the context: For me, they are parents-of-my-sons-classmate not successful-comedian-and-tv-producer. We're going to talk about our kids' struggles and successes, not "can I have your autograph." We might talk about their work, but as work, just as we might talk about mine.