So this time, it took her a lot longer to get over Rob – and finally, Nicholas Hoult came into the picture.With Kristen’s penchant for dating co-stars, it was only a matter of time before the dating rumors kicked into gear.
Kristen, on the other hand, has taken a longer time to get over Rob – and understandably.
To be honest, I’ve noticed that a lot of her relationships overlap with each other – for example, she was dating Michael Angarano before dating Rob, and then before we knew it, she was with Rob.
Many sources close to the situation have said that there was a definite overlap between the two of them, but when she cheated on Rob, it’s not like she could start dating Rupert Sanders immediately after.
For example, I wouldn’t give an involved statement about a topic I know nothing about. That’s why I always think long and hard before I speak.
Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult may not be ‘officially’ dating, but as far as Robert Pattinson and their fans are concerned, they’re already together. For one, he just doesn’t want to deal with the public ragging that would follow if he did start dating her again, and for another, he actually has gotten over her.
Rob moved on a long time ago, and sources close to him say that while he’s forgiven Kristen for cheating on him and humiliating him, there’s no way he’s going back to her.
The fact that they’re still in touch kept everyone on their toes waiting for a possible reunion, but at this point, we all have to accept that Robsten is over and done with.
Kristen Stewart leads the way with BFF Alicia Cargile as they head out to lunch in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon (December 26).
The 24-year-old actress and Alicia met up with a few other friends for a bite to eat at Forage in Silver Lake after spending Christmas Eve together.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Kristen Stewart “The things I talk about have to be deep and meaningful,” Kristen recently explained to Germany’s mag about what she’ll speak out on.
She added, “I try very hard not to portray a false image of myself or to be someone I’m not.