Kristen Stewart has been known for being elusive to the media, especially when it is about her private life. But now, the 26-year-old star opens up about her high-profile romance with her “Twilight” co-actor Robert Pattinson.

In an interview with The London Sunday Times, the “Café Society” actress said that she stopped talking about her romantic relationships since she dated FKA Twigs boyfriend. This is because she believes that she’s not hiding anything that she has to tell to the public.

With her relationship with Robert Pattinson

Kristen Stewart revealed that she didn’t talk about her first public relationships as she wanted to keep things for herself.

She then explained that she hates the feeling that some details of her life are being a talked-about around the world

"When I was dating Rob, the public were the enemy -- and that is no way to live," the “Equals” star admitted. "It wasn’t this grand statement, ‘I was so confused! Now I’ve realized who I am!’ I have not been struggling."

While a lot have turned on Kristen Stewart after her high-profile breakup with Robert Pattinson, she confessed that she doesn’t regret being with the 30-year-old star. She also doesn’t feel sorry for being part of the “Twilight” franchise, knowing that it is what brings her to stardom.

With her getting comfortable talking to the public

However, Kristen Stewart then realized that opening up about herself, relationships and sexuality can also have an advantage.

This would not only help her but others as well. Knowing that there are many people looking up on her, she eventually understands that her private life affects a lot of them.

With that, she feels that it would be a great opportunity for her to share a bit of herself to her fans and help another “person to feel good about themselves.” Since then, she admitted that she started to feel comfortable speaking to the public.

She, too, narrated that she used to try so hard speaking publicly as she often gets nervous. "I felt so uncomfortable addressing the public. I’ve just grown out of it,” she added.