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Kristen: Twilight wedding felt real

2011-11-15 22:34
Los Angeles - Kristen Stewart's wedding in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 felt like a real ceremony.

The 21-year-old-actress attended the black carpet premiere of the penultimate film in the series in Los Angeles on Monday with her co-star and boyfriend Robert Pattinson, and admitted she imagined their wedding in the movie was the real thing.

Speaking of her character Bella Swan's ceremony with Robert's vampire alter-ego Edward Cullen, she said: "I cleared my mind, I did a pretty good job at forgetting. I didn't want to remember it for any weird, neurotic, actor-y thoughts.

"I really wanted to remember an experience that felt right for the moment. I don't know, it felt very natural. It felt like, kind of a real ceremony to me."

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Robert was also struck by the wedding scenes which made him realise exactly what a huge event it is for a girl.

He told E! News: "She looked like she was so terrified, she was so amazing and everyone was looking at her. You suddenly realise how nerve-wracking it is for women."

While Robert, 25, and Kristen talked about their marriage, co-star Taylor Lautner, 19, was on the receiving end of a proposal from one of the many fans who had lined the streets - and had even camped outside the city's Nokia Theatre for days to get a chance of meeting their idols.

When asked what his response to the sign - which read "Wife Me Taylor" - was, he said: "I signed it for her. I guess that was my answer."

The trio spent a considerable amount of time signing autographs for fans and Robert admitted he was overwhelmed by how many people had turned out for the premiere.

He told MTV: "It's like an alternate reality. My everyday life is so boring, and then you go to these things and everyone thinks something cool is happening." publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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