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Thursday, 18 October 2012

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The Enchanted Enchilada Restaurant specializes in enchiladas, tacos, and nachos. (Photo courtesy of David Crosby).

MARINA DEL REY, California - After what seemed like an eternity Kristen Stewart, the stoic Hollywood actress who never smiles, managed to crack a smile at a local Mexican food restaurant in Marina Del Rey.

Stewart, was dumped by her boyfriend Rob Pattinson, after he learned of her infidelity with an accent coach on her movie Snow White and The Huntsman.

She immediately went into a hopeless tailspin saying that she was sorry, she regretted the indiscretion, and pointed out that she had basically been seduced by Rayburn Fandersketti, who is old enough to be her father.

But RPattz was not buying any of her drama queen performance. He told her that she was acting like a bottom shelf version of Paris Hilton and she needed to save her diva act for her next film.

In desperation, Kristen purchased a 2013 Bentley Continental GTC V8 Convertible and had it delivered to Rob's Malibu Beach mansion, The Vampire Villa.

The car had a sticker price of $195,000. Stewart sent Rob a text message saying that she hoped that he would forgive her and find a way to give her another chance and take her back.

She added that if the car was not enough that she would also throw in $200,000 cash as well.

Rob called up Kris and arranged a nice, quiet dinner at The Enchanted Enchilada in Marina Del Rey.

A restaurant patron stated that in between bites of their Macho Nachos the Twilight couple shared intimate kisses and K-Stew was actually seen smiling, which is something no one had seen her do in months.

SIDENOTE: The Enchanted Enchilada franchise chain has restaurants in every state in the U.S. except for Arizona.

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