Robert Pattinson, Stewart on 1st TV interview since affair scandal

London: Kristen Stewart, who recently made headlines for her fling with married director Rupert Sanders, looked relaxed and happy as she sat down for her first television interview with on-off-on again boyfriend and ‘Twilight’ co-star Robert Pattinson.

The couple sat down with co-star Taylor Lautner for televised chats on MTV News and Entertainment Tonight on Thursday, to promote the forthcoming last installment of the franchise ‘Breaking Dawn: Part II’.

The topic for discussion were strictly franchised focused, although did occasionally stray to Stewart and Pattinson’s Halloween costumes and the trio’s attitudes towards the press.

Stewart sat in the middle looking pretty in a blue and black top, and black jeans while Pattinson sported a dark green blazer and shirt.

The real-life couple, who play Bella Swan and Edward Cullen in the hit franchise, were reported to have briefly split up after Stewart was photographed kissing her ‘Snow White And The Huntsman’ director Sanders back in July.

Now, with the relationship very much back on, a relaxed Stewart admitted that she would miss “doing” press with her co-stars after four years.

“For the last few press junkets, they’ve been separating everyone which is silly. I think because we love hanging out,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.

The couple, who rarely discuss their relationship in public, seemed more than happy to talk about the Halloween party they attended together on Wednesday night.

“Oh yes, it looks awesome,” she said eyeing the photograph of herself in a pink bobbed wig and sunglasses.

“That’s not fair. That’s actually a really weird photo,” she said.

However, Pattinson was initially reluctant to admit he was the man behind the creepy clear mask with eyebrows painted on.

“That’s not me. I chose someone who is just genuinely terrifying. It was a 3 million mask from a 7-Eleven,” he said.

Pattinson was his usual self-deprecating self in the interview, deflecting problematic questions with humour.


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