Reportedly, the estranged "Twilight" 26-year-old co-star Robert Pattinson would never forgive "Snow White and the Huntsman" Kristen Stewart 22-year-old star for cheating on him with her director Rupert Sanders, it now appears their beloved romance might live on.
Today Huffington Post Leigh Blickley reported the pair met over the weekend in Los Angeles and friends of the pair tell People they "think they'll be a couple again." Other sources reveal to Us Weekly that Stewart and Pattinson "had a dramatic makeup" and are allegedly getting back together. But, are the rumors true?
News of reconciliation seems to parade in the news every day. Reports surfacing that the former couple are quietly meeting up and talking over the phone. “She begged to meet face-to-face so they could talk. It was obvious Kristen was getting through to Rob and he has agreed to see her,” a friend told Hollywood Life magazine a few weeks ago. “In fact, he admitted that it must be worse for her because she’s not just dealing with heartbreak, but being portrayed as a villain, while he gets all the sympathy.”
So, it sounds like the co-star of Twilight finally agreed to an initial meeting with his former flame and has since met up with her numerous times to fix what she has broken. A source tells Us Weekly, "They're working it out. He's still in love with her." Another friend tells People that moving on is "easier said than done ... and clearly harder than expected" for Pattinson, who was shocked when his three-year relationship with Stewart fell apart due to her "momentary indiscretion."
It will prove to be interesting to see if the two get back together; especially with their well-meaning friends freely giving their opinions. In Los Angeles, CA - No marriage is perfect, but you might think infidelity is a deal breaker for most couples. A recent survey about cheating statistics reveals a surprising number of relationships not resulting in divorce after infidelity.
Contrary to common belief, not every marriage/long-term relationship is shattered by infidelity ends with a breakup or divorce. A new survey about infidelity statistics has found that only 19-percent of people who were cheated on ended the relationship right away. 22-percent eventually broke up because they couldn't get over the betrayal.
Surprisingly, this means that 78-percent of marriages in the USA manage to survive an affair and save their relationships. If you look specifically at physical affairs - The survival percent drops drastically - Just over half of the divorces were initiated because of sexual infidelity.
Cheating Statistics.com says there are a few signs that an affair victim can look for when deciding whether or not to regain trust in their spouse and begin the healing process after an affair:
- The spouse cuts all connection with the other woman/man.
- The spouse reveals all the details of the affair
- The spouse shows deep remorse and regrets his or her actions often.
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