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Friday 1 August 2014

Kristen Stewart ‘wants normal life with Pattinson’

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is apparently dreaming about the "normal family life" she wants with Robert Pattinson.

The actress is said to be looking to her future with the 27-year-old Twilight star after their notoriously rocky relationship over the past year.

The on-off nature of their coupling comes after it was exposed in July last year that Kristen had cheated on Robert with married director Rupert Sanders.

"After everything, Kristen just wants her and Rob to focus on the future," a source told British magazine Closer. "A normal family life together is all she dreams of."

The reason Kristen is keen to settle down with Robert now is thought to be due to his friendship with singer Katy Perry.

Katy was spotted with both Kristen and Robert at the Coachella music festival in April.

Kristen is said to be unhappy about the amount of time the 28-year-old Teenage Dream singer has been spending with Robert over the past few weeks.

"Katy is an absolute knock-out and although Rob's insisted they're just friends, Kristen's sure he must be attracted to her," the source continued. "Kristen feels uncomfortable that Rob turns to Katy for advice and he really leant on her when they had problems last year."

It was recently reported that Kristen wasn’t in attendance at Robert’s birthday celebrations earlier this month.

Apparently she was seen having a heated conversation at a pal’s house, although it is not known if the cause of her irritation was Katy’s friendship with Robert.

"Kristen was pacing back-and-forth in her friend's apartment, smoking. She looked really upset, talking on the phone for almost an hour - I'm guessing she was talking to Rob,” a source told X17 Online. “She was really animated, like she was trying to explain something. She was getting frustrated and seemed very emotional.”

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