Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have attended The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part II premiere together.
The couple are getting their relationship back on track following Stewart's cheating scandal earlier this year. There has been a lot of speculation about whether they would unite to promote the final instalment of the vampire franchise, with the pair putting the rumours to bed last night.
They walked the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere together, with Pattinson opting for a bottle green suit and Kristen a nude dress. The event was held at the famous Nokia Theatre, with fans lining the carpet and cheering as the couple made their appearance.
They seemed relaxed and happy to be with each other and even posed for pictures.
Stewart took the opportunity to reflect on her involvement with the movies, revealing she can't believe they are drawing to a close.
"I know the most go-to answer for everyone on these carpets is, 'Oh my gosh, this is so surreal,'" she told LA Times. "But to be honest with you, this time is so completely surreal. I'm trying to absorb it. I'm trying to be here."
Robert appeared less taken by the moment and could only think of the work that lies ahead of him.
"Knowing we have to go to London tonight and then to Madrid is so annoying," he said.
Stewart portrays Bella in the films, while Pattinson is vampire Edward Cullen.
Taylor Lautner, who portrays werewolf Jacob Black, was also at the event and recalled how overwhelmed he was when he first began promoting the movies.
"I was so excited I remember just diving into the fans," he laughed. "They might freak out a little, but you gotta do it sometimes."
At the premiere, Robert learnt his character had triumphed in a tournament set up by MTV to find fans' favourite Twilight character. He was thrilled to be awarded a statue and also took a minute to jokingly commiserate with Stewart that she didn't triumph.
"Did she get second place? I want to see that. You have to call me back when that happens," he laughed to MTV.
"I hope you've enjoyed it. I don't know, I still feel so connected to the whole - what's the word? - the whole mass."
Also at the premiere were Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, Dakota Fanning, Kellan Lutz, Elle Fanning and Maggie Grace, among others.
- Cover Media
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