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“ The most important thing is to be happy”

DIVA DISCOVERS WHAT’S BEEN HAPPENING IN KRISTEN STEWART‘S LIFE SINCE TWILIGHT, WHY SHE AVOIDS BLOCKBUSTERS AND WHAT IT’S LIKE LIVING UNDER THE TABLOID SPOTLIGHT PORTRAITS DREW GURIAN

Kristen Stewart has been making headlines since she first shot to fame as Bella Swan in Twilight in 2008. The film, based on the trilogy of books by Stephanie Meyer, spawned a massively successful franchise, banking more than $3.3 billion and catapulting Stewart to mega stardom. The young star has featured on just about every rich list since 2010 with reported earnings somewhere between 30 and 40 million dollars, and the 25-year-old already has more awards on her mantelpiece than most actors will earn in their whole careers. But despite critically acclaimed performances in films including Still Alice and Clouds Of Sils Maria, and reportedly starring as Chloe Sevigny’s lover in an upcoming film about Lizzie Borden, it’s not Stewart’s work that has been creating those aforementioned headlines, but her personal life.

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Kristen Stewart tells DIVA what has been going on for her since Twilight, why she's avoiding blockbusters and what life is like for her in the tabloid spotlight. Christmas has come around quickly! Some of us love it, some not so much, so with that in mind for our gift guide, we’ve scoured the land for queer businesses, artists and crafters so you can buy your loved ones gifts and support community businesses while you shop. Because some of us like our Christmas a little different – with the honourable exception of Susan Calman – we asked counsellor Alena Dierickx to help us with a few suggestions on how to take a more innovative approach to the festivities. We’ve a bumper crop of arts-related features this month. From queer Muslim artist Raisa Kabir’s exploration of what it feels like to be both included and excluded by your own communities to author Andrea Stuart’s beautiful and thoughtful coming out story (in extract) . Author/performer Yang-May Ooi reflects on what it means to be a lesbian Asian woman living in the West. Many of us know what it’s like to be affected by homophobic abuse and Louise Carolin’s powerful feature on this issue reflects how, despite significant legal changes, hate incidents persist. Perhaps our experiences of feeling cast out explains why LGBT people are heading to Lesvos to help refugees fleeing persecution, as Mel Steel discovers. Plus all the very best in life, scene, books, film, music and TV.
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