Kristen Stewart has discussed her views on 'making mistakes' in a new interview.
The actress, who was in Japan earlier this week to promote the last Twilight flick Breaking Dawn - Part 2, claims she believes "interesting things happen" if you take the wrong path in life.
Speaking to Mexican magazine 15 a 20, K-Stew - who infamously cheated on beau Robert Pattinson with director Rupert Sanders - stated: "If you're an honest person, you'll make mistakes, but it'll be okay.
"The most interesting things happen after making mistakes."
When asked about love changing over time, she replied: "It's different for everyone. People are capable of loving in different ways."
As well as giving Kristen a grilling, the publication also asked R-Pattz whether his views on love have changed since shooting Twilight with Stewart.
The hunky actor replied: "I haven't really thought about that. I don't think it's changed that much. I don't think the way you see it changes much.
"You make your decisions, and it depends on the person you fall in love with anyway."
Pattinson was then probed about how he feels about being blasted to superstardom since playing Edward Cullen in the vampire flicks, where he claimed: "I'm still young. I'm still trying to run my life, so there's not much time to reflect.
"I feel like someone just put me in charge of a train that is out of control, and I'm finally learning how to be in charge of it. It's hard to deal and accept what's happened."