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Kristen Stewart says she believes in a ‘lingering energy’ and ‘took up Princess Diana’

Kristen Stewart says she believes she ‘taken the lingering energy of Princess Diana’ for her Spencer role – and wondered every day if the late royal could ‘see’ her ‘from beyond the grave’

  • Speaking to The Guardian, Kristen said she believes in a ‘sustained energy’
  • The actress, 31, claimed she ‘recorded’ Princess Diana for her Spencer role
  • Speaking to The Guardian, the star admitted her comments ‘sounded crazy’


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Kristen Stewart has said she believes in a “sustained energy” and claimed she “recorded” Princess Diana for her Spencer role.

Speak with the guard, the American Twilight star, 31, who plays the Princess of Wales in the biopic, admitted her comments “sounded crazy” after suggesting she felt the presence of the royal family.

She said, ‘I don’t know if I believe in anything. I don’t believe in ghosts, but I don’t believe in ghosts. I believe in sustained energy. I took in her whether it was my idea of ​​her or not that there was a literal remnant of her.”

Kristen continued: “I think it sounds crazy to bring up this sort of thing. But not a day went by that I didn’t think, “What does she think of this? I wonder if she can see me?”

Kristen Stewart has said she believes in a 'lingering energy' and claimed she 'recorded' Princess Diana for her Spencer role (pictured)

Kristen Stewart has said she believes in a ‘lingering energy’ and claimed she ‘recorded’ Princess Diana for her Spencer role (pictured)

Speaking to The Guardian, the 31-year-old American Twilight star, who plays the Princess of Wales (pictured in 1993) in the biopic, admitted that her comments “sounded crazy” after suggesting she was aware of the royal’s presence. family felt

Taking on the role was a “full-body exercise,” according to the actress. The most muscular, non-intuitive, yet extremely instinctive thing. It was weird: I had to get the hang of it to mess it up a bit.’

Spencer focuses on a fictional Sandringham gathering at Christmas 1991, when Princess Diana is at her peak and about to divorce her husband, Prince Charles.

The first trailer for the film was released last month, with Kristen first hearing the late Royal’s accent.

Set in 1991 and set to be released on November 5, the short clip saw the Hollywood star wandering the Sandringham Estate grounds over the Christmas period when her marriage to Prince Charles broke down in the wake of rumors of divorce and infidelity.

Spencer focuses on a fictional Sandringham gathering at Christmas 1991, when Princess Diana is at her peak and about to divorce her husband, Prince Charles.  Pictured, Kristen on Tuesday

Spencer focuses on a fictional Sandringham gathering at Christmas 1991, when Princess Diana is at her peak and about to divorce her husband, Prince Charles.  Pictured, Kristen on Tuesday

Spencer focuses on a fictional Sandringham gathering at Christmas 1991, when Princess Diana is at her peak and about to divorce her husband, Prince Charles. Pictured, Kristen on Tuesday

Written by English screenwriter Steven Knight, who also wrote Peaky Blinders, the script follows the moments when Diana realizes she must “deviate from a path that aligns her to one day become queen.”

A similar Christmas was just dramatized in the final season of The Crown, for which Emma Corrin received much critical acclaim.

Speak with Entertainment tonight At the Los Angeles red carpet premiere on Tuesday, Kristen admitted it felt “ghostly” wearing a replica of the royal wedding dress in the film.

Kristen explained how the film takes place over a period of three days, with the wedding dress scene shot in a montage that gives audiences a “taste of the magnitude of her life.”

Surreal: Kristen revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday that it felt 'haunted' to wear a replica of Princess Diana's wedding dress in Spencer's biopic

Surreal: Kristen revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday that it felt 'haunted' to wear a replica of Princess Diana's wedding dress in Spencer's biopic

Royal Bride: Pictured is the late Princess Diana at her wedding to Prince Charles in July 1981

Royal Bride: Pictured is the late Princess Diana at her wedding to Prince Charles in July 1981

Surreal: Kristen revealed to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday that it felt “creepy” wearing a replica of Princess Diana’s wedding dress in the Spencer biopic. Pictured on the left is Stewart in the film and on the right the late royal at her 1981 wedding to Prince Charles

“When we put on that dress, it’s embedded in a montage that flashed her life for you,” Kristen began.

“Even though the film takes place over a period of three days and although I am playing her as a speculative 29, 30 year old, we wanted to give a taste of the magnitude of her life.

“A kind of touch of every part, even if it was in a kind of lyrical dance. And the wedding dress is embedded in that montage and putting it on was a creepy day,” she continued.

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