It's Robsten like we've never seen 'em!
Despite having won Best Kiss (duh) and once again opting out of an on-stage acceptance smooch, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart did indulge in some major PDA at the MTV Movie Awards afterparty at Soho House in West Hollywood:
Kisses! Hand holding! Giggling! Flirting!
Yup, it was all there and they weren't afraid to show it off...in public!
"Rob and Kristen kept walking away from the crowds to have private moments with each other," a fellow partygoer dishes to us. "Kristen was showing Rob something on her cell phone and the two were laughing about it. He couldn't keep his hands off her, and she was smiling the entire time. They were definitely enjoying themselves at the party."
And after K.Stew changed out of her red leather Balmain mini dress she wore to the show, the starlet got comfy by throwing on her signature checkered sneakers, black skinny jeans, and a ripped white T-shirt that exposed her black bra. Rob rocked jeans and a baseball cap to attend the swanky after bash.
"Rob and Kristen seemed really comfortable with each other and with showing their affection in public," adds our eyewitness. "At one point, they sat down at a table with Emma Stone and her friends and kept playfully touching each other and stealing quick kisses throughout the convo. Both were in great spirits."
And while the couple refused to give us all the public on-stage smooch at the MTV Movie Awards we've all been waiting (and voting) for, it was during the commercial breaks when the cameras weren't rolling and the lights were dimmed that Robsten got fully comfortable with each other.
"After they presented an award, Rob and Kristen stayed on-stage where they held hands and he kept drawing her closer to him," an MTV attendee tells us. "But as soon as the lights went up, they scurried off stage."
Guess what Rob said in his Best Kiss acceptance speech is true—he really couldn't wait to get his lady backstage!
Good thing we have another two years (hello, Breaking Dawn, Parts I and II) for these two to be nominated.
Come on Robsten, give the people what they want!