She was seen dashing out from a gym after a yoga class earlier this month and it seems that whatever Kristen Stewart is doing, it’s certainly working.
The Twilight star flashed her toned and taut stomach yesterday as she made her way to get her passport renewed.
The 21-year-old actress was wearing a pair of 7 For All Mankind jeans and a simply Phillies navy T-shirt which blew up to reveal her trim figure as she popped into the office.
Toned and taught: Kristen Stewart flashed a glimpse of her super-toned stomach as she made her way into the passport office in Van Nuys in California yesterday
But the actress has had to return to L.A. to prepare for her own new film Snow White and the Huntsman.
And it seemed that before she knuckled down to practicing her lines she needed to renew her passport, which she decided to do herself yesterday.
Keeping fit: Kristen, has been getting into shape for her new role in Snow White and the Huntsman and the effects are clear to see
Last week she braved scorching 117F (47.2C) heat at an equestrian centre in Palm Springs, and although the original snow white doesn’t involve any riding Kristen is said to be bringing action to the film.
Toned and taught: Kristen, who has been working out hard, jets to London next month to begin filming Snow White where she will be taking on the role of Alice
The movie's producer, Joe Roth, recently told Entertainment Weekly: 'We retain the basic story, a young girl meant to be the queen who is cast out.
'The huntsman is a mercenary, in the sense that he's a guy who is very able in the woods, more able than almost anyone.
All sorted? Kristen emerged from the office with her passport and papers meaning she will be able to travel to London next month
On casting Kristen as the movie's lead, Roth added: 'Frankly, what we did, we searched high and low for an unknown.
Working up a sweat: Kristen was spotted horse-riding in blistering heat last week
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