Los Angeles: Robert Pattinson, alongwith his 'Twilight' co-stars Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, were honoured by imprinting their hands and feet in cement at a ceremony in Hollywood.
   
The stars, surrounded by Twilight fans, left their hand and foot prints outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Thursday.
   
The actors were credited for their leading roles in 'The Twilight Saga', which began back in 2008 with the release of the original 'Twilight'.
   
Pattinson, 25, thanked fans for helping him celebrate the career milestone.
   
"This is such an incredible honour, how young we are - it's kind of ridiculous and amazing at the same time. It's all up to you guys to drive this franchise over the years, so thank you so much for being so consistent. Thank you. You should all come up here and put your hands in!," he said.
   
The British actor's parents were most excited to see Pattinson take part in the momentous occasion.
   
"His parents were in the front row and they were cute. His mom was using her personal digital camera to take photos of everything, including the news helicopters circling overhead!," said an onlooker.
   
Pattinson's mother, Clare, and his father, Richard, said they "were doing the tourist thing" while visiting California. "The weather is much better than in England!"

(Agencies)