Kristen Stewart started off 2013 with a rather sexy photoshoot for V magazine and the actress has now showed off her more charitable side by auctioning off the jewellery worn in the fashion shoot.
Although 2012 saw K-Stew go through some major ups and downs as the news broke that she had an affair with 'Snow White' director Rupert Sanders last summer, the 'Twilight' star is keen to make amends it seems and auctioned off the proceeds from the shoot to the charity of her choice - 'Children Of The Night', a non profit organisation that rescues children from prostitution.
In the interview, Kristen admitted that although the acting world is 'pretty odd', she still 'loves the responsibility'.
"It's a pretty f***ing odd thing to want to pretend to be another person and then have a lot of other people who watch you do that," the star said.
The 22-year-old explained: "You have this experience of reading something, and if you don't bring it to life, you're basically deleting it."
"Every day of shooting you're depriving the world of having that. The responsibility is amazing."
K-Stew walks the red carpet (Photo: WENN)
Kristen plays teenage bride Marylou in 'On The Road', the big-screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac's cult novel and spoke out about playing the extremely different role.
She said of her character: "Until you really get to know the woman behind the character, it's difficult to connect the dots."
"I'm a contemporary, sensitive, normal girl, and it's difficult to try and empathize with someone who seems to have a lack of empathy. She seems a bit callous in the book."
And the brunette has also vowed not to be 'closed off' after the news broke that she'd cheated on Robert Pattinson with married 'Snow White' director Rupert Sanders.
“I have realised that you can close yourself off to life if you put walls up, but it’s a difficult thing.”
“You can't see over, people can't see in, and you also can't see out. So I've gotten quite comfortable with just being unafraid. I keep saying the same thing: it's not about being fearless but really just embracing the fears and using them."