While it may be THE sporting event of the year in the States, not everyone was interested in Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Kristen Stewart for one shirked the fun and revelry at her local sports bar as she jetted out of LAX.
The actress kept it casual in her usual off-duty attire consisting of a muted grey outfit as she headed through security, sunglasses firmly in place.
The 23-year-old, who was recently named the newest face of Chanel, looked fresh-faced and flawless, with her wavy long chestnut tresses falling across her left cheek as she made her way into the terminal.
Speaking of her make-up regimen recently, the natural beauty confirmed what we all already knew as she revealed: ‘I don’t wear a lot of make-up.’
‘I’m always striving to get to the point where I look like I’ve woken up in the last hour,’ the star recently told New York Magazine’s The Cut. ‘You know that look you get when you’re fresh-faced? You’re a little puffy but looking really good? That’s what I like.
‘I just like it when people look like they’re not trying.’
Perhaps indicating that she was heading somewhere cold, Kristen was wearing a black beanie and carried a green jacket in her arms.
Completing her look were grey jeans, turned up at the hem, dirty black and white Converse and a light grey sweatshirt with a shiny blue graffiti-style logo emblazoned across the front.
Several silver rings adorned her fingers and a key pendant on a long silver chain hung over the top of her sweater.
Showing not a hint of diva behaviour, the star had her white backpack slung over her shoulders.
Unlike some of her other Twilight co-stars, Kristen’s career has continued to go from strength to strength since the popular franchise ended.
She has three movies set to hit cinemas in the coming months, with shooting soon to get underway on another three, which will be released in 2015.
Among her new projects is the sequel to 2012’s Snow White And The Huntsman, which will see her reunited with Australian hunk Chris Hemsworth.
Of course, one person she won’t be teaming up with again on the set is the first film’s director, Rupert Sanders, who was fired from the follow-up after his marriage-ending affair with Stewart became public knowledge in July 2012.
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