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British Politician Spies Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Kissing

02/26/2010 at 03:00 PM EST

British Politician Spies Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Kissing
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson
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British council member Nicolas Clark is the latest politician involved in a romantic liaison – only he's not the one getting the loving.

Clark, a conservative politician, was having a drink at a London pub Tuesday when he spied Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart looking affectionate during an afternoon date. Then, he Tweeted about it.

"In The Marquis of Granby with Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart," he wrote as he observed the two during their leisurely afternoon. A few hours later he added: "From what I saw just a couple of kisses on lips," then added, "R+K were acting like a couple."

Despite Clark's reports, the Twilight stars have avoided being spotted together at the many glamorous events in London recently. Both were in town for the BAFTAs, where Stewart picked up the Rising Star award and Pattinson presented. On Tuesday, after their pub date, Stewart attended the Burberry Prorsum show as part of London Fashion Week.



The next day, the two were spotted together again, this time at the Halfmoon pub, a music venue. The two were attending an acoustic session for artists James Walsh and Arno Carstens. But they were understandably more interested in the evening’s warm up act – Lizzy Pattinson, the actor’s sister.

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