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RPatz and FKA ‘push back wedding’

Published 13/08/2015

FKA twigs and Robert Pattinson
FKA twigs and Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson and FKA twigs have reportedly pushed back their nuptials because the singer “can't decide what [kind of] wedding she'd like to have."

The Twilight actor and his 27-year-old partner have never officially commented on their engagement, but Robert, 29, is said to have popped the question earlier this year after just six months of dating.

Now it has been claimed that FKA’s indecision about just how she wants to mark her union with Robert has caused the pair to push back their big day.

“She can't decide what [kind of] wedding she'd like to have,” a source close to the couple told

"She talks about it keeping as real and low-key and then wants an elaborate glamorous Baroque affair. She was even talking at one stage about having a masked ball."

The pair were originally thought to be planning a pub wedding in keeping with their low-key lifestyles. However, now they have decided to go bigger for the celebration, they are hoping more time will make the organisation easier.

"It will now be bigger but how big, nobody's quite sure at this moment in time," the source reveals. "There's no fixed [wedding] date but will probably be late in the year – autumn at the earliest.”

The claims come after Robert and FKA both discussed their approaches to parenthood in recnet interviews.

While Robert told German magazine Jolie he is “definitely” hoping to have children soon, FKA opened up about her hopes for the future with The Sunday Times.

“I honestly didn't give a s**t about any of this stuff until about two years ago,” she admitted. “I don't know whether it's my age – I'm going to be 28 in January – but all of a sudden I started thinking that if I had a daughter, it is gonna be terrifying.”

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