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When Kristen Stewart Had An Awkward N*p-Slip Almost Flashing Her Entire B**b As Her Top Slipped A Little Too Far!

Talking about Kristen Stewart’s famous wardrobe malfunction, it took place during the Hollywood Film Awards in 2014.

Kristen Stewart is a global fashion icon and there’s no denying that. She was very young when she made her Hollywood debut but rose to fame with the Twilight franchise. The actress played the role of Bella Swan and it is one of the most popular characters in the history of cinema till date. Today, we bring you a throwback to the time when Kristen had an awkward n*p-slip almost flashing her entire b**b as her top slipped a little too much during an award function. Scroll below to take a look at her picture.

Kristen is massively popular among her fans globally. The beauty is officially not on social media but thanks to her global fan following, she has fan clubs dedicated to her on Instagram. Stewart was last seen in Spencer in which she portrayed the role of Princess Diana and got critically acclaimed for it.

Talking about her famous wardrobe malfunction, it took place during the Hollywood Film Awards in 2014. Kristen Stewart wore a grey-coloured sheer top and paired it with white short skirt with a grey border on it. The Twilight actress paired her chic ensemble with matching glittery pump heels and donned a pompadour hairdo. For makeup, Kristen Stewart went for shimmery smokey eyes with nude lips and loads of highlighter accentuating her facial features. The way she has carried herself is commendable What are your thoughts on Kristen Stewart gracefully pulling off a n*p-slip like a queen? Tell us in the comments below.

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