The stars of Twilight shone at last night’s première of Breaking Dawn Part 1 at Westfield Shopping centre.
Hundreds of Twihards greeted Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner as they walked up the red carpet at the new Stratford shopping complex.
Twenty-one year old Stewart, who plays Bella Swan in the vampire fantasy saga, wore a sparkling black Roberto Cavalli dress with a McQueen belt and high heels, but changed into trainers before greeting her fans.
She said the experience was ‘full on’ and it felt strange that the filming had finished.
According to the Metro, Stewart called the filming, ‘The most indulgent experience as an actor. It was essentially four years and it was so full on for so long’.
British heartthrob, Robert Pattinson, who plays Bella’s vampire lover (and her real-life boyfriend), wished the 12A rated film could have been saucier.
He was reported saying that ‘it’s funny when you’re doing a sex scene and they’re screaming, – no, don’t actually look like you’re having sex. That’s terrifying!’
Nicknamed by his adorers as R-Patz, he went on to praise Stewart as an actress with a unique niche; ‘a lot of modern female parts feed into that really well,’ he stated.
The 25 year old musician, who had two of his songs featured in the first Twilight film, was apparently looking for another film to work on with Stewart.
Breaking Dawn Part 1 sees the much anticipated wedding of Bella and Edward. Bella soon falls pregnant but the vampire baby is too strong for her human body and it starts to put her health at risk.
Also appearing on the red carpet was X-Factor judge, Tulisa Contostavlos, with some of this year’s contestants including Little Minx, Janet Devlin, Misha B and Amelia Lily.
Former Neighbours actress Holly Valance also attended, along with pop princess Pixie Lott and presenter Holly Willoughby.
The film will be released in cinemas on Friday, November 18th (tomorrow), but Twihards will have to wait until November 2012 for the final instalment, Breaking Dawn Part 2.
Experts have predicted that the last two films will have record-breaking ticket sales.