Robert pattinson and kristen stewart dating news
A source told "With Robert out the country, a thousand miles away working in Australia, Kristen has been missing him badly," the source said. that part of what made Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart stick was that the actor felt Stewart was the only person who understood him.
Citing the "18-and-a-half hours" time difference "between Los Angeles and Adelaide," the source noted how tough it became for Pattinson and Stewart "to speak to each other regularly." With them working opposite schedules and Pattinson allegedly being "not the best at sending texts, or keeping in touch in the first place," Stewart reportedly became frustrated that he wasn't "giving her enough attention." "She's told him off and said she wants more messages, updates … "[Stewart is] the only person who [Pattinson] can talk to about [fame], and he feels like they are both on the same level and they understand one another." that Stewart had become super needy for Pattinson's affection. the couple's four-year age gap — which doesn't sound like much, but remember how different you were at 17 than you were at 21? He constantly felt he was "'in charge" of Stewart, and always being at the reins of their doomed romance became way too tiring for him.
The source added that their argument spiraled out of control, and they began bickering "about the cheating, about how selfish she always is, about how moody she always is." At the time, the insider had hopes that Pattinson and Stewart would reconcile and give their love another shot, but considering how much they were reportedly arguing in the wake of Stewart's indiscretion, ending their relationship was the right decision.
that her youth made her relationship with Robert Pattinson extra intense. When asked him to name some of the exceptional women he's worked with in the entertainment industry, he rattled off a few names, including Uma Thurman, before adding, "Kristen Stewart, Kristen too!
We were turned into these characters and placed into this ridiculous comic book, and I was like, 'That's mine.