Don't Hold Your Breath
RStew and KPatz haven't been a couple in more than a year, but rumors have started that they are back together, and making a big commitment.
It has been a while since former couple Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have made news together, but here we are again. Life & Style is reporting that KStew and RPatz recently made a trip to Palm Springs, and may be working on planning a wedding.
"They went away together to discuss their future and decided that they can't live without each other," a source reportedly told the magazine. "Marriage was definitely a topic of conversation."
The couple were reportedly spotted together by paparazzi last month, but went driving in separate directions when they realized they were being followed. There hasn't been any talk of them together since October.
If you think this is completely out of left field, you are not alone. Life & Style is a gossip magazine and their source remains unidentified.
"They are inseparable and 100 percent back on," the source reportedly said. "I wouldn't be surprised if they just suddenly eloped! Kristen is adamant that they should fully commit and move forward. Of course, she was the one who suggested running off to get married."
Stewart and Pattinson split last year after Stewart was caught cheating with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. The couple remained on-again, off-again after that, but eventually called it quits for good, and Pattinson moved out of their house in August. The two have reportedly started talking again in recent months, with Pattinson even asking Stewart for advice with his career. But another source reportedly told the magazine the actor just can't stay away from Stewart.
"Rob's addicted to her, even though he knows she's bad for him," the friend said. "Their relationship was so toxic. All his friends are just praying he doesn’t give her what she wants."
But with the way the couple ended last time, and how hurt Pattinson was by Stewart's cheating, don't expect those wedding announcements any time soon.
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