Kristen Stewart Calls Herself a "Miserable" C-Word

Celebrity News Oct. 11, 2012 AT 4:20PM
Kristen Stewart arrives at the "On The Road" premiere on September 6, 2012 in Toronto, Canada. Kristen Stewart arrives at the "On The Road" premiere on September 6, 2012 in Toronto, Canada. Credit: Michael Tran/FilmMagic

Kristen Stewart isn't above a little name-calling . . . when it comes to herself, that is.

In an interview with Balenciaga's creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere in Marie Claire UK, the year's most talked-about actress opines about the concept of happiness -- and her much-mocked penchant to frown.

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"I'm a miserable c--t," quips the On the Road star, 22. "I'm not sure if I'm most happy when I'm comfortable and content or when I'm pushing myself to the limits."

That penchant for taking risks backfired in a major way over the summer, of course, when Stewart was photographed cheating on beau Robert Pattinson with married director Rupert Sanders in an ill-advised mid-July fling. Pattinson, 26, has reconciled and moved back in with his love of three years -- and despite photos of the Brit chatting up a mysterious blonde in NYC over the weekend, all is well with the couple, sources told Us.

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"There are such different versions of happy," Stewart tells Marie Claire. "And I really appreciate both."

In the interview with Ghesquiere (Stewart has appeared in several Balenciaga ads) the star also talks style -- and how it diverges from that of Bella, her Twilight Saga heroine.

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"I always wanted Bella to be unassuming, yet cooler than everyone else," she says of the mortal-turned-vampire. "We both wear lots of casual clothes. But her actual style is very far away from mine."

An even bigger style stretch? Playing a stripper in Welcome to the Rileys. "I was definitely not wearing enough clothing," Stewart says. "I looked back and thought 'That's so not me,' but it was fun."

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