Pho­to­bombed by Hol­ly­wood star

Macclesfield Express - - MACCLESFIELD PEOPLE -

A WOMAN has spo­ken of her sur­prise af­ter Hol­ly­wood heart-throb Robert Pat­tin­son ac­ci­den­tally pho­to­bombed her.

The Twi­light star was pho­tographed by fans en­joy­ing a break at Rich­mond Tea Rooms in Manch­ester with his fam­ily.

Amy Ro­bi­son, 30, of Poyn­ton, ac­ci­den­tally pho­tographed the ac­tor sat be­hind her in a cor­doned off area when she was tak­ing a pic­ture of her cousin.

She then tweeted an im­age of the ac­tor the with the mes­sage: “Rob Pat­tin­son photo bomb­ing our pic”.

Amy later said: “No-one no­ticed him in the whole res­tau­rant even though it was full.

“I only no­ticed him when we went to the re­stroom.

“He was with his mum and dad ac­cord­ing to Rob’s Twit­ter fans.

“The tea rooms said no pic­tures when they re­alised we knew who we was, but we were tak­ing pic­tures of my cousin blow­ing out the can­dles on her birth­day cake and he hap­pened to be in the back room.”

It is un­der­stood Pat­tin­son is in Manch­ester to sup­port his part­ner, FKA Twigs, who is stag­ing a res­i­dency as part of Manch­ester In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val.

The per­for­mances, named Sound­track 7, are tak­ing place at the Old Granada Stu­dios and au­di­ences get the chance to watch the singer cre­ate a new dance-based film.

Pat­tin­son, 29, started his film ca­reer by play­ing Cedric Dig­gory in Harry Pot­ter and the Gob­let of Fire in 2005.

He later got the lead­ing role of vam­pire Ed­ward Cullen in the film adap­ta­tions of the Twi­light nov­els by Stephenie Meyer, which con­sisted of five films be­tween 2008 and 2012 and grossed over $3.3 bil­lion.

Twi­light brought Pat­tin­son world­wide fame and es­tab­lished him among the high­est paid and most bank­able ac­tors in Hol­ly­wood.

One of his latest projects is Queen of the Desert, a epic bi­o­graph­i­cal drama film writ­ten and di­rected by Werner Herzog and based on the life of Bri­tish trav­eller and writer Gertrude Bell.

●● Robert Pat­tin­son stood up in the back­ground while Amy Ro­bi­son and her cousin dined in Rich­mond Tea Rooms

●● Teacher Jenny My­ers with the win­ning gym­nasts from Lo­s­tock Hall Pri­mary School

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