Kristen Stewart and Jodie Foster seen at Jodie Foster honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Eric Charbonneau/Invision for Sony Pictures/AP Images)
Credit: Eric Charbonneau/Invision for Sony Pictures/AP Images

Jodie Foster finally received a much-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday, and she had her good friend Kirsten Stewart by her side as she accepted the honor.

The duo starred together in 2002's Panic Room when Stewart was just 10 years old, and they've maintained a close relationship ever since—something that was evident as Stewart spoke about Foster during the ceremony. "She's always encompassed what I thought was sort of the prime example of where you want to be and she's been there for me," Stewart said. "She's a baller on every level. It's out of control. She did everything young. She kicked Yale's ass. She won Oscars. She became a filmmaker herself. She created a family and still is just normal and cool and kind."

During Foster's speech, she spoke about growing up in the heart of Hollywood and wondering if her dreams would come true. "I grew up blocks from Hollywood Boulevard and would cross it every single day of my life," she said during her speech in Hollywood on Wednesday. "And you do that thing where you're like, 'Will I ever be on the Walk of Fame someday?'" Mission certainly accomplished.

For the occasion, both actresses looked chic. Stewart, who recently wowed us at the Met Gala, wore a black leather pencil skirt, which she paired with a sheer black long-sleeve top, while Foster donned an impeccably tailored navy suit.