Kristen Stewart, in the eye of the Toronto Film Festival

 

A nervous and shy Kristen Stewart caught all the attention at the opening of the festival Toronto film when the star of “Twilight” appeared in public for the first time after the scandal of cheating and breaking up with her boyfriend.

Stewart, 22, made a public apology last July to her long-time boyfriend and co-star of “Twilight”, Robert Pattinson, 26, after he confessed to having an affair with the director of his latest film “Snow White and the Huntsman”, Rupert Sanders.

Stewart is in Toronto this week for the North American premiere of the movie “On The Road” by director Walter Salles, a film past the innovative novel by Jack Kerouac on freedom of youth and starring Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Viggo Mortensesn and Kirsten Dunst.

On the red carpet, Stewart was “a little anxious and was having leg tremors”, according to a publication.

The Canadian television said the next morning that the actress rarely looked at his face during interviews, and said that “she always looks down”. Stewart arrived at the airport in Toronto on Wednesday wearing a shirt that fans of “Twilight” identified as one of Pattinson’s. This was interpreted by fans as a possible resumption of their relationship with the actor.

 

 

Stewart Hopes to Avoid Breaking Up with Pattinson

 

 

In addition to knowing that Robert Pattinson is devastated by the infidelity of Kristen Stewart, he also learned that the actress hopes to regain the trust of her partner and maintain the relationship.

According to a published version by entertainmentwise.com, Kristen hopes that the actor is not jumping off the boat. “Kristen is fully apologizing and trying to make things right with him, but quite sure that she will regain his confidence. Kristen is doing everything possible to avoid Rob to break up with her. She knows how much she loves him,” said a source close to the couple.

Following the disclosure of photos of the unfaithfulness of Kristen with director, Rupert Sanders, the actress issued a statement saying: “I feel much pain and embarrassment I have caused to those close to me and all those who are affected. That momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I most love and respect, Rob. I love him. I’m sorry”.