Robert Pattinson, FKA TwigsMet Gala 2015

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FKA twigs is a star in her own right, but as Robert Pattinson's fiancé, her star shines even brighter. Still, she recently told The Sunday Times, "I don't understand what the levels [of fame] are. I'm a bit naïve. I don't read Heat, for example. I don't engage in that world, even with myself, even with my own career."

Because Pattinson is one of the most famous actors in the world, many people are interested in his love life. Asked about their wedding, FKA twigs replied, "Who told you I was getting married? You might read somewhere I'm a monkey and it doesn't mean I am." Though she had previously confirmed the engagement, she was "not prepared to talk about my private life. I don't really understand the fascination."

FKA twigs often bristled at questions related to Pattinson.

Asked whether married life might dampen her creativity, the "Two Weeks" singer told the publication, "No, I don't think it works like that. Don't you get freedom with age and experience, not confines?"

FKA twigs, who described herself as "such a home bod" and "a bit mad," also revealed that she has not seen 2008's Twilight. Perhaps the movie that thrust Pattinson into superstardom is too commercial to pique her interest. After all, the "Pendulum" singer argued in The Sunday Times, "It's so bad to be basic."

"I don't have an average day," she insisted. "I hate that kind of thing."

FKA twigs may not want to discuss her life with Pattinson, but she will discuss the prospect of parenthood. "Women are amazing creatures. We can give birth. We have a womb. We can create life! Are you kidding me? We can create life!" she said. "Do you know what I mean? I honestly didn't give a s--t about any of this stuff until about two years ago. I don't know whether it's my age—I'm going to be 28 in January—but all of a sudden I started thinking that if I had a daughter, it is gonna be terrifying."

Just don't expect FKA twigs to become any more forthcoming if and when she and Pattinson become parents. "I think this could be my last interview," she said. "I can't do it. It makes me feel nutty."

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