Now, she's opening up a bit more about how she felt then—and how she's changed her approach to relationships and privacy post-Pattinson.
in a new interview."I didn't talk about my first relationships that went public [like with Rob] because I wanted things that are mine to be mine," she explained.
But considering I had so many eyes on me, I suddenly realized [my private life] affects a greater number of people than just me.
It was an opportunity to surrender a bit of what was mine, to make even one other person feel good about themselves.” Kristen also explained that she’s since decided to be more open about her relationships so she can freely walk outside holding someone’s hand.
She gained notice in 2002 for playing Jodie Foster's daughter in the thriller Panic Room, which garnered her a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Feature Film.
However, she did shed some light on her relationship with R. “When I was dating Rob, the public was the enemy and that is no way to live.“I didn’t talk about my first relationships that went public because I wanted things that are mine to be mine,” Kristen explained to .She added, “I hated it that details of my life were being turned into a commodity and peddled around the world.When I was dating Rob, the public were the enemy, and that is no way to live. It just seemed important, and topical [to come out].”Stewart acknowledged during the interview that she is not universally loved by all reporter recounted the alleged backlash he received on social media from supposed Pattinson fans when he once deemed the actor’s ex-girlfriend “perhaps the best film actress under 30.” Stewart was apparently amused upon hearing this, laughing, “Because they disagreed with you? ’”“I don’t view the whole blow-up as being generally traumatic,” the star admitted.It wasn’t this grand statement: ‘I was so confused! “It would take someone with a really unhealthy amount of ego to be upset that everyone doesn’t love them.