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Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile spark reunion rumours

Published 16/05/2016

Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile
Kristen Stewart and Alicia Cargile

Kristen Stewart and her ex-girlfriend Soko managed to dodge each other while promoting their new films at Cannes.

Kristen Stewart fuelled rumours she has reunited with ex-girlfriend Alicia Cargile by walking hand-in-hand with her at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday (15May16).

The Twilight star and her former personal assistant reportedly dated last summer (15), but neither confirmed the relationship. Kristen went on to date French singer Soko, but they called it quits earlier this month (May16).

And now, it seems Kristen may have rekindled her romance with Alicia, after taking her to the premiere of Shia LaBeouf's new movie American Honey - as her date.

Kristen and Alicia were photographed on the red carpet and at one point held hands as they walked by photographers and fans.

Ironically, Soko is also at the Cannes Film Festival to promote her film The Dancer, in which she stars alongside Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis' daughter Lily-Rose Depp. The exes reportedly risked a run in last Thursday (12May16), when they both attended a Vanity Fair magazine-sponsored party, but they managed to avoid each other.

Kristen kicked off her visit to Cannes last week (11May16) when she attended the premiere of her new film Cafe Society, directed by Woody Allen. The movie which also stars Kristen's Adventureland co-star Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively, and Steve Carell, opened the 69th edition of the iconic French film event.

The film received a three-minute standing ovation from the audience following the screening, and bosses at Amazon won the bidding war for the rights to Allen's latest feature for $15 million (£10 million).

Cafe Society is set to hit U.S. cinemas at the end of July (16).

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