Robert Pattinson Leaves FKA Twigs, Misses ‘Wild Life’ With Kristen Stewart?

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Jun. 9 2016, Updated 4:08 p.m. ET

Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart has always remained fan favorites. Their relationship has always been the talk of the town, and ever since Stewart left her alleged girlfriend SoKo after seeing Pattinson and his fiancé FKA Twigs at this year’s Met Gala, fans of the vampire movie series started speculating about the possibility of their patch-up.

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Stewart started dating Pattinson on the sets of the Twilight back in 2008, but they chose not to divulge their relationship to anyone. While shooting Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Us Magazine released pictures of Stewart making out with Rupert Sanders, and this massive scandal made the actor think about his future with the actress. After the breakup, Stewart got involved with her personal assistant, Alicia Cargile, and Pattinson started dating Twigs. The couple has been engaged for more than a year, but it looks like the Remember Me star wants to postpone the wedding for Stewart.

According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Pattinson misses Stewart and the moments the duo spent together. An insider revealed to the outlet that Twigs and Pattinson are polar opposites, and he always finds himself inclining towards his ex-girlfriend.

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“Rob says that he is still in love with Twigs, but he is not in love with the idea of marriage anymore. He is hoping for a very long engagement. Rob told pals that he misses the wild life he had with Kristen. Twigs is her polar opposite, which is part of the reason Rob loves her, but he can’t help but miss all of the spur-of-the-moment things that he used to do with Kristen.”

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