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'Cold' Kristen Stewart 'Refuses To Kiss Robert Pattinson At Dinner Ahead Of Twilight Breaking Dawn Premiere'

Couple awkward at dinner as actress 'shuns affection'


Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are set to hit the red carpet tonight for the world premiere of the final 'Twilight' movie 'Breaking Dawn Part 2', while the couple are a red hot commodity ahead of the most highly-anticipated film release of the year the actress was said to be icy towards her British beau at dinner over the weekend and told him “not to kiss her” when he got too touchy feely.

The couple have gone out of their way to prove their romance is back on track following Kristen's fling with married director Rupert Sanders, but according to eye witnesses at Graydon Carter’s Beatrice Inn on Saturday night, the 22 year-old seemed almost repulsed by her boyfriend's OTT behaviour.

The couple, who arrived separately at the dinner,were joined by Sienna Miller, fiance of Rob's BFF Tom Sturridge with Kristen coming straight from a screening of her latest movie 'On The Road'. Though she seemed less than impressed to see her 'Twilight' lover, with an onlooker telling the New York Daily News, they felt a “chill in the air” with one eager diner shouting out “She just took his hand off her butt!”

While another claimed cool Kristen turned her head away from the actor during the meal when he leaned in for a smooch, telling the 26 year-old: “Don’t kiss me.”

The brunette's self-consciousness over her boyfriend of three year's PDA, became so obvious that one diner was reportedly heard to joke, “maybe she’s just not that into you R-Pattz." 

Kristen Stewart leaves the 'On The Road' premiere, (Splash News)

With another claiming he should be more like Hollywood playboy Leonardo DiCaprio. Despite the awkward dinner the couple partied at The Electric Room, owned by Nur Khan, who also joined them for the meal, until 1 am.

The couple have yet to confirm whether they are an item again, with Rob forced to deny their romance is a publicity stunt. Rob told The Washington Post, in response to the 'showmance' rumours: “[Pauses, then laughs] For one thing, it would be a terrible marketing tool, and it’s not utilised very well at all. People will say anything. I’m still amazed that people even believe anything [that’s said about us]."

"I mean, it’s one of the craziest things about the whole situation, where you can see the whole — is paradigm the right word? — of celebrity gossip, celebrity culture type stuff that’s literally entirely made up. There’s a story line."

"You have a set character and your story line is written for you. And it doesn’t matter what you do. I talked to Reese Witherspoon about it a while ago, and she was the person who really told me, you get given a character. I mean, I’ve literally tried to do things to throw people off, and it just doesn’t get printed.”

Kristen And Rob Out In Los Angeles

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson outside of the 'Sayer Club' in Los Angeles, October 26 (Splash News)

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