Kristen Stewart dresses up as a zombie with fiancée in adorable Valentine’s Day snap

Dylan Meyer and Kristen Stewart dress up as zombies with pale complexions and fake blood while wearing eye masks that read 'dead tired'

Kristen Stewart and her fiancée Dylan Meyer are proof that true love isn’t dead. It’s undead.

Meyer, a screenwriter, shared a photo of the couple on Instagram to mark the romantic holiday. In the photo, Meyer and Stewart are wearing matching pyjamas and coordinating sleep masks on their heads that read “dead tired”.

The couple finished off the fiendishly fun look with zombie-inspired makeup including a pallor complexion, dark eye bags and fake blood.

“I’ll play dead with you any time, Valentine,” Meyer wrote.


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Fans absolutely adored the creepy yet cute post.

Several fans dubbed the couple their “mommies” with one person even politely asking for Meyer and Stewart to “please adopt me”.

Another Instagram user declared that the picture “made my life”.

The zombified photo comes after Kristen Stewart and Dylan Meyer announced their engagement in November.

Stewart – who recently scored her first Oscar nomination for Spencer – revealed on The Howard Stern Show that she met Meyer on a movie set six years ago, but they didn’t start dating until quite recently.

“I hadn’t seen her in six years and then she rocked up at a friend’s birthday party and I was like, ‘Where have you been and how have I not known you’,” Stewart said. “She’s been living in LA alongside my life.”

Kristen Stewart recently told CBS Sunday Morning that the haven’t set a date for the wedding yet, but “it’ll happen when it’s supposed to happen”.

“But I also don’t want to be engaged for, like, five years,” she added. “Like, we want to do it, you know what I mean?”

Meyer has been absolutely supportive of her fiancée and previously revealed she had a backup plan in place in case Stewart was snubbed for an Oscar nomination.

Shortly after the Academy Award nominations were announced, Meyer posted a photo on Twitter of a fake Oscar statue with the inscription: “Best Sweetheart”.

“Guess I’m not going to have to give her this anymore,” she said.