Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart: Should He Take Her Back!?
Reports began swirling Monday that took the Interwebs by storm. Are Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart back together or on the verge of reconciliation?
If so … is he making the right decision?
“They pretty much decided they couldn’t live without each other,” a Robsten insider told the Sun (UK), adding that. “Kristen poured her heart out to Robert.”
Apparently, she’s convinced her Breaking Dawn co-star that her fling with Rupert Sanders was a one-off and a mistake that will never, ever be repeated.
While it’s far from official that Rob and Kristen are back on, and it may seem hard to believe, she was honest and apologetic, and he obviously loves her.
After many tearful talks, sources claim they’ve worked it out or are at least turning the corner, ready to move back in together and “focus on themselves.”
Assuming the rumors of rekindled romance are true, are you happy about the possibility of a reloaded Robsten? Or is he making a huge mistake?
Can he ever trust her again? Was the whole thing totally overblown and Kristen unfairly thrown under the bus? We welcome your comments below.
You tell THG: Should Robert Pattinson forgive Kristen Stewart?
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