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Kristen Stewart actually talks love with Vogue
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Another day, another Kristen Stewart magazine cover and this time it's fashion bible Vogue who have the actress in a gorgeous photo shoot, as those of you with a Vogue magazine subscription will have just discovered.
Last week we told you about Kristen's Little White Lies interview - the first to come out since the pictures of her kissing (married) Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders emerged, shocking the rest of the world (and Stewart's boyfriend, Robert Pattinson). Little White Lies, understandably as a film magazine, steered clear of the Rob-sten drama and stuck to questions about her career, but there's no danger of that in Vogue!
Having met Stewart just a month before the pictures emerged, Christa D'Souza re-listened back to the tapes after the story made headlines, to see if she could figure out Kristen's frame of mind.
Interestingly, knowing what we now know, Sanders' comments about Stewart now have a different take on them. On whether Kristen and Liberty were friends, Sanders says: "She and Liberty didn't have very many scenes together, so they didn't get to know each other that well. But they definitely have similarities. There's a look they share."
But whilst at an event just a week after their interview, in an unguarded moment Stewart says to D'Souza: "My God, I'm so in love with my boyfriend. I wish he were here now. I think I want to have his babies." Before adding: "I love the way he smells. And him me. Like, he loves to lick under my armpits."
It sure makes interesting reading. Despite all of the relationship drama, D'Souza says that she doesn't think Stewart is a bad person, just a "young, attractive, intelligent woman trying to navigate her way through the bulls**t".
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Posted by Amy Power.