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Wednesday 14 October 2015

Stewart ‘not pushing it’ with Pattinson

Published 06/04/2013

Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are reportedly “much happier at the moment” because she is not forcing their romantic relationship in any particular direction.

The Twilight stars experienced a turbulent time in their romance when Kristen revealed she cheated on Robert last summer.

In recent weeks the couple have been seen strolling together looking lovey-dovey in Los Angeles neighbourhoods Los Feliz and Silverlake.

Apparently things are going well between them at this time because Kristen is backing off from making their relationship official.

It is said she is content with being his friend.

“They are much happier at the moment because Kristen is listening to Robert’s demands, even though it’s killing her,” a source told Radar Online.

“She misses Robert when he’s not around, especially since he was recently in Australia filming The Rover for over two months, but she’s not pushing it.”

Robert is apparently eager to take things slowly too.

Everything remains awry between them due to Kristen’s infidelity.

"Rob and Kristen are spending all of their time together, she's been staying at his house every night. But in Rob's eyes that doesn't mean that they're official yet," an insider told Heat magazine recently. "They love each other so much and will always have this connection, but it's very complicated. It's been hard and ever since Kristen cheated. She's done everything she can to keep Rob, but they haven't truly gone back to normal yet."

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