Eddie has a girlfriend Hannah Bagshawe and they are a very cute couple. Their first public appearance was in Wimbledon in June 2012. They have known each other since he was 14 years old and dated more than 3 years. So in theory, when you're supposed to be happiestbecause you're back with the person you love, youcan be neurotic and frustrated." Of The Good Shepherd, directed by Robert de Niro, he says: I was living in New York and you’d drive in blacked-out cars to this huge armoury in Brooklyn and the paparazzi would be lining up outside for Angelina Jolie and Matt Damon.

Eddie usually doesn't talk about his personal life and it is fine that way, but that's why I don't know exactly when their relationship began. But once inside, everyone’s just working.’ It was during that movie, he recalls, that he was determined to splash out and take his girlfriend of three years, Tara Hacking, who he name-checks in the first five minutes – I’m deeply, deeply in love; she’s known me since I was 14, she knows me backwards,’ he explains, to Nobu.

Kristen Stewart was a pre-“Twilight” 17 years old when she filmed the coming of age drama “The Yellow Handkerchief,” with British actor Eddie Redmayne in New Orleans, a film due out later this month. Even if there was something bad, it was just sort of like, ‘Yeah, it’ll be good,’” Kristen laughed.

The couple, who rekindled their three-year romance after Stewart was caught cheating in July, hung out with Pattinson's fellow British pals, star welcomed her first child, daughter Marlow, with fiance Tom Sturridge, who is Pattinson's BFF.

PHOTOS: Golden Globes 2013 -- best dressed stars Looking dapper in black Gucci Signoria tuxedo, Pattinson presented the award for Best Screenplay Motion Picture with the help of actress Amanda Seyfried.

’ I was like, ‘He’s a good boy.’” Kristen said although she first attempted to find out more about her “Twilight” co-star from his pal, she realized Eddie’s lips were fairly sealed.

Due to her age at the time, Kristen’s family lived with her while she played the part of Martine, a lost 15-year-old, and when they realized Eddie was an Englishman alone in New Orleans, they took him out. I was like, all by myself and Kristen kept thinking I was this sort of lost British loner, but I remember it was Mother’s Day or something and we went into The Quarter…” “And had brunch,” Kristen chimed in.

After embarking on a road trip through post Katrina Louisiana, their relationships forge and change in a myriad of ways, leading to the possibility of second chances.

Brett Hanson (William Hurt) dealing with a painful past, crosses paths with a lonely and troubled teenager Martine (Kristen Stewart) and her new ‘ride’ Gordy (Eddie Redmayne).

“Randomly, at the end of this, you were about to do ‘Twilight,’” Eddie said, turning to his “Handkerchief” co-star Kristen during interview. “They’re like, so almost incestuous,” Kristen said. “Rob and Tommy Sturridge and I – we’ve all been at it for a while now and it [is] so funny what happens when you start doing the jobs and you work with other people and you realize the whole industry is incredibly incestuous.” While Eddie didn’t have his triumvirate on set with him on “The Yellow Handkerchief,” which also stars Maria Bello and William Hurt in a troubled love story, the Brit was taken into a new group – the Stewart Family.

“I sort of got from [Eddie] that they were friends for a long time and he wasn’t going to say anything bad about him.

In fairness, it was a caller, and not Andy, who asked Eddie about his romantic history with Taylor, and his answer was far more interesting than we would have expected.