Kristen Stewart has always been portrayed as a moody teen, but as the star in 23 now, we've noticed she's alot happier. The actress looked pretty smiley as she ate out in Little Toyko, Los Angeles last night with friends, proving the angst ridden phase is well and truely OVER.
Kristen was rocking her usual grunge, casual look as she was pictured leaving Ebisu Japanese Tavern with a similarly dressed girl friend. The actress showed off her slim physique in a pair of skinny jeans, trainers and an army-green jacket as she laughed with her mate after dinner out.
Kristen looks happy as she leaves Ebisu Japanese Tavern with a friend (Splash News)
She also braided half of her hair and appeared to be make-up free, as she shared jokes with her pal who was also looking casual in black jeans, a grey jumper and a black beanie.
Kristen's latest movie Camp X-Ray was shown at Sundance last Friday and the actress has since spoken out about filming the movie being a distraction from her personal life, fuelling rumours that she may be hinting at her on/off romance with Robert Pattinson.
Kristen films Camp X-Ray (FameFlyNetUK)
"It was awesome," she admitted to Extra when asked if the movie had let her escape the attention around her, "We shot in LA like twenty days, five weeks and I really love intense periods of extreme focus where nothing else exists and that's what we needed to do for this.
"If I'm lucky enough to have find myself on the right thing. It's not like I'm like 'I have to not look at my Instagram today,' what I'm concerned about is my job."
Rob and Kristen attend Coachella together pre-split (WENN)
The role is the brunette's first in two years following the last Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn Part 2 and she admitted in another interview that it had been a scary role to take on.
"I was so nervous when I first started working and preparing because I didn't think that people would believe me or think that I looked tough in a uniform," she told MTV, "that I could do that job, that I could wrangle detainees that are massive and scary."