Avoid any & all shows/movies that glorify school or make it a "normal" thing that every kid supposedly dose. Emphasis all the things she will get to do during the day as a homeschooler that kids in school can't do until the weekends or in the evenings if she dose start to ask about going to school.
Remind her of all the FUN things that she gets to do while others have sit in class all day. Worked for my 6 yr old (so far anyway) she went thru a PS phase. My mil drives a school bus so we have to see & hear about ps a lot.
That's a question I doubt anybody will be able to answer right now, and at two years old it's doubtful you will know until she's older. Your daughters personality and experiences will vastly differ from all of our children's and even your daughters siblings (if she has them), and so she may or may not want to homeschool in the future, but right now it's not something I would waste time worrying about.
I can only say that I have four children and when we started my youngest was three years old at the time. He's never asked nor wanted to go to public school even though he has public school friends. In fact I would have to say all of my children are close friends with well over a dozen public school kids and yet none of them want to attend public school even though I allow them to choose between public and homeschool.
I say enjoy the time you two have, keep teaching her in a positive manner, and don't worry about the things that have yet to, or may never come.
Yeah avoid the shows during that time. I had a lot of Animal Planet on then. If questions do come up let her know a bit of the truth that a lot of people miss: public school kids have limited socialization. A lot of the time is about learning to sit quietly, listen to the teacher, read your books, and work on what you are given. The longer you are in school means less socialization each year.