Robert Pattinson reigniting romance with Kristen Stewart?

Robert Pattinson is going head over heels for his former lover Kristen Stewart, after watching her recent video

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
Robert Pattinson (R) and Kristen Stewart pose for pictures before the German premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 in Berlin, November 16, 2012 Reuters

Robert Pattinson is reportedly going head over heels for his former lover Kristen Stewart, after watching her recent video. According to media reports, the British actor is very impressed by Stewart's Rolling Stone music video.

The couple called it quits few years back after it was revealed that Stewart was not loyal to Pattinson. The actress allegedly cheated on him with director, Rupert Sanders. However, the recent rumors state that despite all that, the two have fallen for each other again.

After they separated their ways, both Pattinson and Stewart dated different people. Pattinson has been romantically linked with FKA twigs. And, Stewart's romantic associations with Soko and Alicia Cargile were also reported after the split of the Twilight co-stars.

Rumors also state that despite being engaged to twigs, Pattinson is going back to his former lover. On the other hand, twigs is reportedly very angry and upset and blames Stewart for purposely seducing her fiancé.

Not only that, according to a report in OK! Magazine, twigs discovered that Pattinson and Stewart are communicating with each other frequently and she freaked out when she saw Stewart's name in the call list of her fiancé's phone.

According to News Every Day, Pattinson is totally impressed and is full of admiration for Stewart after he saw the Rolling Stone music video of hers. In the video, Stewart is seen flaunting a pair of ripped jeans which she has teamed it with a cool and sexy white tee.

It was also recently reported that Pattinson in one of his interviews shared that no wedding will be taking place, when he was asked about his wedding, he just answered saying: "What wedding?"

Well, till they actually confirm anything we'll just have to rely on assumptions.

This article was first published on December 11, 2016