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Kristen Stewart turns to Pattinson's best friend for advice

Bang Showbiz | 28 August, 2012 08:46
Cast members Stewart Sturridge Morgan and Hedlund pose during red carpet arrivals for the film On The Road in competition at the 65th Cannes Film Festival
Cast members Kristen Stewart (2ndL), Garret Hedlund (L), Danny Morgan (R) and Tom Sturridge pose during red carpet arrivals for the film "On The Road", in competition at the 65th Cannes Film Festival, May 23, 2012.

Actress Kristen Stewart has turned to fellow actor and ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson's best friend for help in order to win him back.

The 22-year-old actress is determined to rekindle her relationship with Pattinson after cheating on him with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders and has asked her On The Road co-star Tom Sturridge, who has known Pattinson for years, to help her.

A friend told "Kristen is really stressed out and nervous about making her first public appearance at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. But it's not the premiere that she is worried about, it's her pending conversation [with Sturridge].

"She wants to have a private conversation with Tom and try and convince him how sorry she is and how she wants Rob back. She is more concerned with her conversation with Tom than with the premiere of On The Road. The only thing that matters to her right now is getting Rob back and she knows the way to get to Rob is through his best friends."

Stewart is also reportedly planning to ask Sturridge’s fiancée Sienna Miller for advice and wants to assure the couple she will never hurt Pattinson again.

The insider added: "She wants both Tom and Sienna to know that she never meant to hurt Rob and that she is not an evil person.

“She is hoping and praying that Tom and Sienna will understand and forgive her. And that they will help her win Rob back!"


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