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Rob misses home and wishes he could be normal again:(

November 23, 2009

Robert Pattinson has been at home for less than a day this year.

‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’ actor said his hectic work schedule means he never gets time to relax at home in London.

He said: “A week ago, perhaps for 16 hours. That was the first time at home in eleven months.

“I met my friends. Some of them I haven’t seen for more than a year, and I saw my parents and sisters. To go away from them after such a short time was the hardest thing I had to do in months.”

Robert also reminisced about how he used to live in the capital before he found fame.He added: “I had the best time of my life. I only had a tiny apartment but there were always friends hanging around. Usually five or six people have been staying with me. It felt so wonderfully unconventional.

“That was the life I had always been dreaming of. A bit crazy but adequate for a young actor.”

He also said being famous was disconcerting because no matter where he goes he is recognized.

Robert added to Germany’s Gala magazine: “I love to travel and to learn from cities and their inhabitants. Nowadays I can go nowhere without having the feeling of being watched 24/7. I do not like this feeling.”

Twilight” actor Robert Pattinson says he needed 25 security guards to protect himself from fans while shooting for “Twilight Saga: New Moon”. reports that the actor, who plays vampire Edward Cullen in the hit film franchise, needed permanent protection when he filmed “New Moon” because he couldn’t go anywhere without being mobbed.

“They had to hire another 10 security guards who had to form a ring around me and it had to be every single day. And if you’re doing a movie for $1 million or $2 million, security is expensive. So you hire 25 security guards for one cast member,” he said.
“The whole thing got over-run…people are grabbing you and that’s just you on the way from the set to the trailer,” he added.

Pattinson, 23, also admitted his fans and fame have made him “really paranoid”.

“I was getting really paranoid. But then I realised that if tomorrow I say, ‘Okay, I’ve had enough we’re stopping everything,’ it won’t change anything.

“Might as well try to accept it and stay Zen as I have no control over it. It’s not always easy. But whining won’t change anything,” he said.

Source: China Daily,

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