7 days, 7 quotes: Kristen Stewart, the Queen and Eden HazardReported by Metro.co.uk on Friday, 8 June 2012 (on June 8, 2012)
*Kristen Stewart unwinds with Vanity Fair, the Queen thanks her subjects for a great weekend and Eden Hazard finally signs for Chelsea in this week's best quotes.*
We've picked the most memorable quotes from across the news this week, including Rihanna pouring scorn on tabloid reports she's unwell from partying, Joey Barton preaching peace after being punched in the face and Prince Edward on his hospitalised dad.
Kristen Stewart (Picture: Mario Testino/Vanity Fair - out today)
'I'm kind of a weirdo, creative Valley Girl who smokes pot. Big deal. But [Twilight fame] changed my daily life instantly. I didn't go out in my underwear any more.'
Kristen Stewart reflects on growing up famous in a photoshoot and interview with Vanity Fair.
The Queen arrives at the King Edward VII Hospital to visit her husband Prince Philip (Picture: Reuters)
'She's bearing up but missing him, obviously.'
Prince Edward tells reporters the Queen is missing her husband the Duke of Edinburgh, who was forced to skip the finale of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations in hospital with a bladder infection.
Eden Hazard playing for Belgium against England (Picture: Getty)
'It's true that initially there were a number of clubs in for me, but when Chelsea won the Champions League I thought why not?'
Eden Hazard finally signs for Chelsea after one of the longest-running transfer sagas of the season.
Rihanna in New York (Picture: Xposurephotos)
'Nonsense! I'm not sick! I pushed my trip to London back to go spend time with my family! Sorry kiddos.'
Rihanna took to Twitter to deny tabloid rumours she was postponing a filming trip in the UK to recuperate from the aftereffects of her partying lifestyle.
More than one million people gathered in London for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations (Picture: PA)
'The events that I have attended to mark my Diamond Jubilee have been a humbling experience. It has touched me deeply to see so many thousands of families, neighbours and friends celebrating together in such a happy atmosphere.'
In a rare TV address, the Queen thanks everybody who took part in celebrating her 60-year reign.
A picture apparently showing Joey Barton after the incident appeared on Twitter (Picture: Twitter/@dannypo187)
'I've had worse. Life goes on! Thanks for the concern. Have a good day people.'
Joey Barton tries to brush off an incident outside a nightclub in Liverpool in which he was reportedly punched in the face.
Aaron Cook is the newly crowned world number one - but has been left out of the Olympic team. (Picture: AP)
'The only thing he wants to do is train, go to the Olympics and win, and show the world he's the best. He's concentrating on his training but we have to be careful because he's not as focused as he was. We have to decrease the intensity as we don't want to him to injure himself or pull a muscle.'
Olympic taekwondo exile Aaron Cook's coach Patrice Remarck says the world number one risks injuring himself as the row over his non-election for the Game continues.
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