His unprecedented rise to stardom has brought Robert Pattinson to be homesick. In fact, the Twilight star has just spent less than a day in his home in Britain this year. He was quite vocal about how he was sad leaving his friends and family in such a short period. That was the hardest part he had to fulfill this year.
With the full throttle promotions of The Twilight Saga: New Moon and the shooting of Breaking Dawn on side, Robert Pattinson's hectic work schedule naturally has its downsides: he never gets time to relax at home in London. Rob shared that: "A week ago, perhaps for 16 hours. That was the first time at home in eleven months." What he did was meet his 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."
In quite a nostalgic mood, Robert informed that: "I had the best time of my life (in London). 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." Being known as Edward Cullen has been quite disconcerting for him because everywhere he goes he gets recognized. In an interview with Gala magazine in Germany, Robert Pattinson stated that he loves to travel and learn about cities and its people but, at present, he says he couldn't go nowhere "without having the feeling of being watched 24/7. I do not like this feeling". In time, you'll get used to all that attention, Rob. Don't get to fussy about being famous.