Career coach Roy Cohen has advised Robert Pattinson to "prepare himself" before stepping out onto the 'Cosmopolis' red carpet...
Robert Pattinson is set to begin tackling interviews and red carpets as he promotes his newest film 'Cosmopolis' and, while cheating girlfriend Kristen Stewart won't be there with him, there's no denying that the press will want to quiz R-Pattz about his relationship with his 'Twilight' co-star.
Career coach Roy Cohen has offered some advice to Robert, via Hollywood Life, asking the star to "rise above the distractions" and remain gracious at all times.
"Rob Pattinson has to prepare himself emotionally, psychologically and professionally before he goes out in public [and] rise above the distractions he may be experiencing right now."
"Most importantly Rob needs to express his gratitude. Rather than getting defensive and angry when he is asked about his relationship with Kristen, Rob needs to thank everyone for their concern and support."
That doesn't sound like it will be easy; Rob has seen his entire personal life dragged through the press recently, after his (ex?) girlfriend Kristen Stewart was revealed to be having an affair with the married director of 'Snow White And The Huntsman'.
We imagine plenty of Kristen questions will be thrown his way but now, thanks to Cohen, who has provided a mini speech, it seems as if Rob should be able to fend them off rather well:
"Thank you for your concern. I appreciate all of your support. I am very sad about the events that have happened, however this is not the time to have that conversation. So many incredible people worked on this project that talking about my personal life would not be fair to them."
It will be interesting to see if Rob can bite his tongue, especially after Kristen used the cheating scandal to publicly acknowledge her relationship with the actor for the first time ever...
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