Kirsten Stewart has spoken to magazine #Harper's #Bazaar UK about her sexuality, saying that she hasn't ruled out dating men again in the future. The 27-year-old actress and model features on the cover of the magazine's September issue, looking gorgeous in a dusty pink frock with gold detail. The star revealed that she has been "deeply in love" with the people she has dated and said that would "definitely" date men again. Speaking about her various relationships, Stewart said that she has never felt as though she is unsure of who she is or confused about her sexuality. She told the publication that the only thing she has not liked about her relationships is being mocked and made fun of by other people.

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Kirsten Stewart is currently dating model Stella Maxwell

Stewart is currently involved in a relationship with New Zealand model, Stella Maxwell. According to Elite Daily, the couple was rumored to be dating in 2016 and was spotted leaving the after-party of the Met Gala together. Over the next few months, the pair was spotted out and about with each other. The couple is known for being very private about their relationship. However, US Weekly recently revealed that the couple not-so-subtly crashed a lesbian wedding in Canada on July 22. The publication reported in early June that a source has revealed Stewart and 27-year-old Maxwell have moved in together. The couple was also pictured out for an evening walk in Los Angeles with a friend recently and appear to be going strong.

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Maxwell is a Victoria's Secret Angel and previously dated Miley Cyrus. Prior to her relationship with Maxwell, Stewart was involved with 34-year-old American musician, St.Vincent, who is also Cara Delevigne's ex. Stewart also dated 30-year-old French singer Soko and her own assistant, Alicia Cargile. The actress was famously involved with "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson. The pair split in 2013 amid rumors of Stewart's affair with film director, Rupert Sanders.

Stewart believes that fame is over-rated

Speaking to Harper's Bazaar, Stewart said fame is "valued quite ridiculously" and that she doesn't like talking to the public as a whole. She believes that as a person, she can relate to an individual, but she revealed the idea of talking to people as one unit is something which confuses her. The star also revealed that just because she's quiet does not mean she's an introvert. In fact, Stewart said she doesn't consider herself to be introverted at all and that if she were to act as the public expect famous people to act, she would simply be acting all the time.