Snow White and the Huntsman EXCLUSIVE: ‘Kristen Stewart was taught her British accent by Robert Pattinson’ says SWATH star Sam Claflin

Kristen Stewart may already possess hair as black as ebony and lips as red as blood but embodying her latest character in Snow White and the Huntsman also meant perfecting a British accent but fortunately for her she had her native beau to help.

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At the Snow White and the Huntsman premiere last night, Kristen Stewart's co-star Sam Claflin, who plays the heartthrob prince, spoke to omg!

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We asked if the British actor helped K-Stew in perfecting her British accent to which he replied: "I didn't need to give her any tips, I think she had Rob to help with that."

Wow, is there anything Robert Pattinson can't do? He's fit, talented and also a voice coach.

While the Twilight hunk decided against attending the SWATH premiere in Leicester Square, he did sneak into the cinema to watch his girlfriend on the big screen and later, joined her at the after party.

When Anne Hathaway played a Yorkshire lass in One Day she revealed she watched endless episodes of Emmerdale to help hone her accent.

Kristen Stewart took a different approach to Snow White and the Huntsman though, and her co-stars praised her work.

Liberty Ross who plays K-Stew's on screen mother, Queen Eleanor, told us: "Kristen's accent is very sweet, I like it."

There's very little not to like about Kristen though!