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As you Twi-hards damn well know, Bella goes through quite the personal journey in Breaking Dawn. Marriage, rough first-time sex, pregnancy, death, rebirth, bad wedding dress...Are we missing anything?
So you've got to give Kristen Stewart credit for all that she went through for this film. Although we're sure close proximity to your hunky vampire BF doesn't hurt, it can't be easy going through the emotional wringer every work day.
But she did pull it off. And that is why we love her.
"It's hard for me to take myself out of it," Kristen dished during the Comic-Con panel. "So I've been building up to these moments for four years, and this one really is loaded with those really cathartic and powerful huge life moments."
But luckily, according to director Bill Condon, the young actress has truly captured the feeling they were aiming for in Breaking Dawn.
When asked about shooting these emotionally charged scenes, Kristen added: "I had to kind of let myself realize that these moments will find themselves naturally. You have to let the moments happen. And they did."
Kristen also wisely refrained from choosing a favorite scene with her one of her strapping costars, claiming she didn't want to offend either of the boys. Instead, she opted for a scene involving her parents, Charlie and Renée. Maybe she really is Team Switzerland.
And if you're ever worrying that fame has finally caught up with Kristen, there's nothing to worry about. Her on and offscreen man, Robert Pattinson, revealed that her only "diva-ish behavior" is having a cooking channel on all the time.
As for momentos from the über-successful saga, the parting gift she took from the set was a pair of shoes from the now iconic baseball scene. And they were actually for Nikki Reed.
Too cute. You know our love for K. Stew is undying and, apparently, her love for Twilight is, too!
"There is no bigger fan of Twilight than Kristen," Condon said. This, of course, caused Kristen to shy away in embarrassment before politely thanking Bill.
—Additional reporting by Kate Krug