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Kristen Stewart: I’m not sample size

Published 29/04/2015

Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart reveals she is “happy and comfortable” whenever her frame takes on a few extra pounds.

The 25-year-old César Award winner is constantly on film sets making new features.

But when the actress is off-duty, Kristin reveals she normally puts on a few pounds by eating all of her favourite fatty foods.

“I’m a little bigger than sample size when I’m eating cheeseburgers and am happy and comfortable,” she shared in the June 2015 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK magazine.

Kristen acknowledges her body weight will not always be the same.

The star knows her mass tends to fluctuate in different stages of life.

“If I’m stressed or working, the weight falls off,” she noted. “My weight and my sleep are tied to my nervous system. Sometimes I’ll sleep for 12 hours a night and sometimes sleep just doesn’t exist for me for a couple of months.”

Kristen has distinctive porcelain skin and her flawless looks landed her the role as the face of Balenciaga’s fragrances in the past.

But even though she is considered one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, the star has confessed there are some cosmetic issues that cause her concern.

“I’ve just started using an eye cream, you know I never used to worry about these things but lately I have noticed my skin changing,” she told elleuk.com previously.

However, when she’s away from the camera Kristen likes to dress down. She credits her mother Jules Mann-Stewart for her laid back approach to fashion.

“I go for a typically natural look, not just because it’s easy. I’m from Southern California – I was born and raised in LA and here we’re very casual. If I go to London or New York – it’s so fancy; I’m the one looking completely out of place,” she mused to the website.

“My mom is a completely southern California girl – she is why I am ‘Miss jeans and a T-shirt’.”

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