Robert Pattinson’s Shock Reconciliation With Kristen Stewart
Robert Pattinson has reportedly decided to give love cheat Kristen Stewart another chance, as he vows to give their relationship one last shot.
Earlier this summer photographs of Twilight star Kristen Stewart kissing and hugging married film director Rupert Sanders emerged online, much to the shock and dismay of her long term boyfriend Robert. Shortly after Kristen admitted to having an affair with Sanders, she and Robert both moved out of the LA mansion they shared together, with heartbroken Robert declaring the couple had split.
It was reportedly after 26 year-old Robert listened to a heartfelt apology from Kristen earlier this week that he came round to the idea of giving their relationship another try, although no official statement confirming the news has been made. It is thought that he has branded Kristen’s behaviour as a ‘stupid mistake’ and knows deep down that she truly loves him.
The time the couple spent apart is said to have made both parties see how they can’t live without each other, and sparked the reconciliation. They are now set to move back in together in their secluded LA home, as they start to repair their relationship. This may come as a disappointment for those of Robert’s friends and family who supported his decision to split from cheating Kristen.
Now they are back together, the pair’s promotional duties for the upcoming release of the final Twilight film in November are sure to be less awkward than anticipated. It was recently announced that if Robert and Kristen didn’t reconcile before the start of the promo tour, that fellow Twilight star Ashley Greene would take over Kristen’s role of the leading lady at the events, appearing alongside Robert in interviews and on the red carpet. Both Robert and Kristen would still have been obliged to attend premieres, but were promised they would be a distance kept between them. Now these measures can be relaxed and the two reunited young stars can enjoy the last of their Twilight work together.
Article By Victoria Beckett