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Thursday, 12 May 2011

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A recent photo of one of Robert Pattinson's dogs, Count Twilight Saga. (Photo courtesy of Nina Dobrev).

LAKE TAHOE, Nevada - One of the entertainment worlds most popular actors Robert Pattinson is really no stranger to the world of controversy.

RPattz was recently asked by the supermarket tabloid Just Saying why he has a naked photo of Prince William's wife, aka Kate, as his home computer screen saver.

The star of Water For Elephants stated that he wants to put that rumor to bed once and for all. He stated that his good friend and fellow Twilight co-star Taylor Lautner started that little rumor as a joke.

He supposedly told Paris Hilton, who then told Ryan Seacrest, and then next thing you know Steven "Lips" Tyler was telling his daughter Liv Tyler all about it.

Pattinson stated that he has seen Kate once, at a Jack-in-The-Box in Upper Tooting, England, and he just said hello and she asked about Kristen Stewart and off she went.

He shook his head and stated that he wants it known that he does not have a naked photo of Kate Middleton as his screen saver.

When asked what he does have as a screen saver, he smiled and replied that he had a naked photo of her sister Pippa Middleton.

He then started laughing and said that his current screen saver is actually a photograph of President Barack Obama's birth certificate.

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