Look out Robert Pattinson: Kristen Stewart is broody

Nov 5, 2012

Tabloid tales: K-Stew wants babies while young, One Direction 'need armed protection' from kidnapping

KRISTEN STEWART has revealed she believes she is "born to be a mother" and is happy to start having children soon. According to the Metro, while discussing her role as a young mother in the latest Twilight film, Breaking Dawn: Part 2, the 23-year-old actress said: "It was one thing about the story that was never difficult for me to grasp or relate to." Stewart, who has only recently reconciled with her boyfriend and Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson, said: "Everyone thinks that it's so peculiar to play such a young mother. It's really not. I think you're either born with that or you're not."

One Direction's minders have been instructed to get gun licenses before the boyband starts their tour of the US and Mexico. According to the Daily Mirror, the guns are not to protect the teen heartthrobs from hordes of screaming fans but to foil possible kidnapping attempts. A security source close to 1D said: "They are the biggest boyband in the world. If their bosses say we need guns, then we have to get guns." The source said the extra protection is particularly important while they travel in Mexico: "There are lots of threats - the worst possibility is a gang will want to kidnap them."

Kim and Kourtney Kardashian have been accused of making "stupid diva-ish demands" while visiting London. The Metro reports that the reality stars are in the UK promoting their new fashion line but have angered journalists, presenters and hotel staff by forcing everyone to use pseudonyms for the sisters at all times. Despite seeming to thrive off publicity from their various reality shows, Kim and Kourtney have forced everyone who comes into contact with them to sign a non-disclosure agreement and presenters and journalists have been given call sheets that don't have the girl's real names on them. A source said: "Its utter madness. The girls are being treated like royalty."

Philip Schofield has become embroiled in a Twitter row after admitting to eating guinea pig. The This Morning presenter informed his fans that he was eating an unusual lunch via the social networking site and accompanied the message with pictures of the Peruvian delicacy. According to The Sun, He then branded his critics "food Nazis" after he was inundated with tweets blasting him for eating the animal. One follower asked: "How could you? They are little pets, not dinner." Schofield replied: "Not in Peru!" Asked if he would eat dog in China the 50-year-old then said: "Why not? I like to try what the locals eat. #bloodyhatefoodnazis."

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