Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson may not have gone public with their rekindled relationship just yet, but the pair have been spotted out and about together a few times in the past couple of weeks and now K-Stew has hinted that the pair may be ready to take their relationship to the next stage, admitting that she was 'born to be a young mum'.
The 'Twilight' actress plays a young mother in the final 'Breaking Dawn' movie, which hits our screens within the next couple of weeks and it seems like the role has made quite the impact on K-Stew, with her admitting that you're 'either born with motherly instincts or not'.
“It was one thing about the story, [playing a young mother], that was never difficult for me to grasp or relate to. Everyone thinks that it’s so peculiar to play such a young mother."
Adding, "It’s really not. I think you’re either born with that or you’re not. That was one thing that both me and Stephenie were so protective about. It was a fun thing to play,” Kristen told Chris Van Vliet of WOIO in Cleveland.
And the actress has also joked that she 'fully' takes credit for R-Pattz's fame, after rooting for him to get the part of other half Edward Cullen in the 'Twilight' franchise.
Not stopping there, she also takes full credit for co-star Taylor Lautner's fame as well...
"I take credit for both of these guys actually, fully and completely," she said.
Lautner added that he didn't know what he was doing when he first auditioned for the franchise, which made household names of all three of its stars.
"It was just so generic," he said. "It just felt like any other audition."
"I had no idea what Twilight was. I asked people. I said, 'What is this thing?' They said, 'There's vampires, and you're in a forest'. "That's really all I heard about it."
Jeez, a huge thanks to Kristen Stewart if this is the case!
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