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FKA twigs ‘wants Pattinson pub wedding’

Published 04/04/2015

FKA twigs and Robert Pattinson
FKA twigs and Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson and his rumoured fiancée FKA twigs supposedly want to host a very informal nuptial ceremony.

Speculation is rife the couple became engaged recently.

And according to People magazine although Robert’s parents “would really like a church wedding”, they have quite a different nuptial ceremony in mind.

“[FKA twigs] wants something quite informal, like a pub wedding,” a source told the publication.

There are numerous marriages happening within the couple’s milieu, as Robert’s older sister Victoria is thought to have become betrothed to her future husband John Peppitt a few months back.

FKA twigs, real name Tahliah Barnett, and Robert, 28, are rumoured to be tying the knot later this summer, but the insider told People nuptial plans are “not definite” as of yet.

The Twilight actor began dating the 27-year-old Pendulum singer around six months ago.

On April 1 musician T-Pain broke the news of the couple’s alleged engagement.

“Well, the first time we even met each other, we met in the studio,” he told Vulture of his relationship with twigs. “Her music’s changed a lot since then. But she’s on tour so much, and anytime I call her, she’s in a different place. And she’s engaged now, so that’s about to be a whole other thing. Yeah, to ol’ Patty. I don’t know if she wanted anybody to know that…”

While the couple are yet to confirm the news themselves, Robert has reportedly been seen shopping for engagement rings in recent months.

“He wants to marry her, [he is] much more calm and happy than before. They are inseparable when they are together. They live at his house,” an insider told People magazine. Another source added to OK! Magazine, “He wants to settle down in the UK and focus on smaller indie movies. He’s happy to take a backseat to her career too and wants to be a stay-at-home dad when they get around to starting a family.”

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