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The Twilight actress, who split from Robert Pattinson after confessing to cheating on him back in July, gave a rather straightforward answer when asked what makes her happy.
She told Marie Claire: "I'm a miserable c***! I'm not sure if I'm most happy when I'm comfortable and content or when I'm pushing myself to the limits.
"There are such different versions of happy. And I really appreciate both."
Kristen will no doubt be feeling particularly miserable following her recent negative press coverage.
The 22-year-old went into hiding after photos emerged of her kissing married Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, 41.
Boyfriend and Twilight co-star Rob, 26, soon moved his belongings out of the home they shared, while Kristen took refuge at her parents' home.
But now, amazingly, Rob is said to have forgiven Kristen and taken her back - but on a one-month trial only.
A source recently told Grazia: "Robert has had a lot of time to reflect on what has happened and, while he may still be hurting, he has also come to realise just how important Kristen is to him.
"He has warned Kristen that he might never be able to forgive and forget. But he's agreed to give it a month to see if they can make it work. If they can't he says he will walk away."
But things aren't quite that simple for the pair, as they're soon set to promote the final Twilight movie.
Though bosses have decided to send Rob to Australia and Kristen to Japan, as yet "no decision" has been made about the UK movie premiere.
A source told The Sun: “Many of Rob’s fans are still angry with Kristen...keeping them apart will mean less chance of reprisals from fans who were devastated by the split."