Kristen Stewart is now known for her colourful private life, after it was revealed she had an affair with married 41-year-old director Rupert Sanders behind the back of boyfriend Robert Pattinson, but before the scandal broke the actress admitted to an armpit fetish.
The 22-year-old, who recently premiered her new movie 'On The Road' at the Toronto Film Festival claimed that her and her mystery beau, assumed to be Robert Pattinson, love the natural smell of each other so much, they licked each other's arm pits.
She told Vogue magazine: “I love the way he smells. And him me. “Like, he loves to lick under my armpits. I don’t get this obsession with washing the smell off.”
Speaking how deeply she is in love with that person, she added: “That smell of someone you love. Don’t you think that’s the whole point?”
Kristen speaking of how how “in love” she is with this person, we are assuming to be her 'Twilight' co-star is at odds with her behaviour with Sanders. Soon after pictures of her kissing the British director were released Kristen said in a public statement that it was a “momentary indiscretion” with other sources claiming that it was not a long drawn out affair.
Robert Pattinson 'So In Love With Kristen Stewart He Licked Her Armpits To Taste Her'
Glad We Haven't got smellivision of this stinky pair! Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart before cheating scandal (WENN)
While it is unknown what their relationship status is, Kristen recently confirmed during an interview at the Toronto Film Festival they would be promoting the final 'Twilight' movie, 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' together when it is released in November.
Asked by the Associated Press if she expected any “awkward public appearances”, the 'Snow White and The Huntsman' star replied: “We’re going to be fine. We’re totally fine."
Does this mean they are back together?
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