The Twilight fans who used to be obsessed with the relationship between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson had been speculating about the former couple reunion, and they are disappointed. The rumor is not true since both stars have moved on with their lives. Even if the reunion should be on the silver screen, it seems very unlikely to happen.
The rumor said that it was because of Robert Pattinson's decision to focus on his relationship with FKA Twigs, an English singer and songwriter who is Pattinson's fiance. The couple is reportedly preparing to take their relationship to the next level and the musician is not happy with the movie reunion rumor, according to Inquisitr.
However, a source told HollywoodLife.com that FKA Twigs is in fact not worried about it at all. She would support her beau when it comes to his career, especially since she knows that Kristen Stewart is now openly gay.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Kristen Stewart is busy with her own newest project. The actress landed a new role in a psychological thriller called "Underwater". She will play as a female character named Noah who ends up being in a relationship with a crew member.
Robert Pattinson is also reportedly avoiding to be on the same movie set with his ex-girlfriend. Since she was publicly caught cheating on him with Rupert Sanders, he is done with any business with her.
Meanwhile, Stewart is now dating a Victoria's Secret angel, Stella Maxwell. The new couple gets spotted going together in many circumstances, including Tommy Hilfiger after-party, as reported by Daily Mail.
Previously, Stewart dated Alicia Cargile, her assistant at that time, before she moved on with Maxwell. Cargile said she did not want to be a part of Stewart's "jet-setting" lifestyle where she was always in the spotlight anymore. They were last seen together in last August, according to POPSUGAR.
At the Met Gala 2016, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs were spotted at the same event. Watch the video here:
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