The world’s leading men’s magazine GQ UK covers Twilight hottie Kristen Stewart this November 2011 issue and be prepared to be surprised as the diva has undergone a sensational transformation. The shoot portrays Kristen as a vintage glamour girl, so check out the amazing photos captured by acclaimed photographer, Norman Jean Roy, in the next issue of GQ UK which hits the stands this month.

Kristen Stewart is known for her laid back, tomboy style and for the magazine the Twilight actress went for a super feminine look, a vintage pin-up girl style that suits her perfectly. It’s already been 4 years since Kristen conquered the hearts of people all over the Globe playing the role of Bella in the hit movie franchise ‘Twilight’ and the starlet still manages to create the same media frenzy today.

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Kristen Stewart GQ UK

In the exclusive interview with GQ UK, Kristen shares her experience with the Twilight phenomenon and talks about her upcoming role, which is much more grown up, as a character in the book adaptation “On The Road” which will hit theaters next year.

Kristen tells the magazine that she is now beginning to feel more as a woman. She tells GQ UK that: “I looked like a boy for a long time. Now I feel like a woman.”

Earlier this year Kristen admitted that her new role as Snow White didn’t really attract her in the beginning, but she became much more interested after she found out that the movie was a bit different than the classic character. In the movie, Kristen has plenty of weapons to defend herself with. She told Entertainment Weekly that: “She truly does not let her heart cloud her mind. Also I get to have a sword and stuff, and really cool weapons. This girl has the amazing ability to channel fear, things that people are typically afraid to do, into this really focused, really charged, driving energy,”

Find out more about Kristen Stewart and her upcoming role in “On The Road” in the next issue of GQ UK.

Kristen Stewart GQ UK

Kristen Stewart GQ UK

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