Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson

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When Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart struck a pose together at the Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere in Los Angeles, Twi-hards were giddy with glee.

And now, the couple has been caught holding hands(!) on the red carpet in London.

The Twilight trifecta (Rob, Kris, and Taylor Lautner) touched down in London town for the Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere today, but Rob and Kris stole the spotlight with their subtle PDA. 

The on- and off-screen twosome were caught sharing a special moment together as they held hands and walked side by side. Kristen—who stunned in a scandalously sexy style—gazed at R.Pattz as he clutched her perfectly manicured hand.

After donning a sheer and sexy nude Zuhair Murad gown at the Los Angeles premiere, K.Stew sported another showstopper by the same designer as she rocked a black lacy jumpsuit with beaded embellishments, an open back and sexy cutouts. She wore her hair in her signature messy ‘do and paired the racy look with Christian Louboutin patent pumps.

Bella Swan's leading man donned a darker suit which complimented Stewart's style, and the pair looked happy as they posed for pics together on the carpet. 

Kristen Stewart

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After the duo was rocked by a real-life cheating scandal, Rob and Kristen continue to make every Twi-hard's day as they cement their on-again status throughout BD Part 2 press tour. 

We couldn't be happier that Rob and Kris seeming to be going strong again, and we're officially obsessed with K.Stew's sexy tour de couture as she makes the press round with her beau. 

What do you think of the latest sweet pics of the couple? Share your Robsten thoughts in the comments.

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