It was a scene as lush and romantic as every Breaking Dawn reader had imagined: Rob Pattinson as vampire Edward Cullen and Kristen Stewart as heroine Bella Swan, nearly naked in skimpy swimsuits, frolicking together over a waterfall in tropical Paraty, south of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on their honeymoon. Under a searing afternoon sun on Nov. 8, Twilight’s on- and off-screen lovers laughed giddily.
When Kristen hopped up on Rob’s back for a lift over the falls, there was no doubt the two actors were having fun. It was a moment sexy enough to make any Twi-hard swoon. And it was all in a day’s work: Rob, 24, and Kristen, 20, were in Brazil to shoot steamy scenes for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, the fourth installment of Stephenie Meyer’s vampire series. And, as always for this couple, art and life were hopelessly intertwined.
“Rob and Kristen were in a world of their own, rehearsing and running the scene,” an on-set source says. “They were so cute together, looking very much in love — when they were filming and when the cameras were off.”
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