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Thursday 23 October 2014

Robert Pattinson reveals 'healthy' habit

Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson tells everyone "giant bags" of chocolate are healthy, so that he can enjoy his guilty pleasure in peace.

The Twilight star likes to relax away from the glare of the media spotlight. Robert says aside from unwinding with his "cool little" dog, Bear, he enjoys another tasty pastime.

"I go through giant bags of M&Ms every week. I tell everyone they're really good for you," he teased in an interview with British magazine more!

Robert is lusted after by women the world over, thanks to his role as the mysterious vampire Edward Cullen in the Twilight film franchise.

The British actor has recalled his strangest fan experience.

"I was shooting a movie in Barcelona and there was a girl who was a kind of stalker. She'd ask for my autograph every single day," he explained.

"So one night I said, 'Do you want to have dinner with me?' She took me to her parents' restaurant and they had to pay the bill. It was ridiculous."

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Scorpio:

It's important to treat yourself well. Constantly deferring to others will deprive you of the finer things in life. Carve time out of your busy schedule to pamper yourself. Taking a nap, solitary walk or hot bath will revive your spirits. Get into the habit of spending more money on creature comforts. Treat such as gourmet food, beautiful clothes and intriguing books are investments in your happiness. Others may object at being put farther down on your list of priorities, but that's their problem.More