Robert Pattinson’s Parents Like Kristen Stewart And Not FKA Twigs
Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs relationship seems to have reached its sad end as it has been reported that the duo has called off their engagement. There have also been a lot of tittle-tattle regarding Pattinson’s family. According to hearsay, his family likes his ‘Twilight’ co-star, Kristen Stewart and is not much affected by the Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs split.
According to LifeStyle Magazine, there had been a constant heated exchange of words between the 29-year-old Pattinson and 27-year-old FK Twigs ever since he started shooting for “The Lost City of Z”, reports Hollywood Life.
The big fight took place when Pattinson asked fiancé to arrive on the sets of the film to meet him, but Twigs insisted she couldn’t as she had a hectic schedule. Pattinson was upset and asked his fiancée to devote time on the relationship. All this contributed to the news we hear today that is the Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs breakup.
According to Yibada, Twigs got angry over this and started shouting on him. The duo didn’t bother each other after that and didn’t share a single word. Pattinson and Twigs have been dating from more than a year and now they have broken unofficially.
The outlet also reported that Pattinson’s parents are not disappointed with the Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs split. They like Stewart instead of Twigs. The source told, “They don’t think she’s right for Rob.”
Meanwhile, mixed reactions are coming from fans as reported by YIBADA. While some believe Pattinson and Twigs split news is true others question its credibility. There are fans who also think both of them should part their ways as they believe that Twigs has been using Pattinson for her career goals.
According to People Magazine, the twosome was spotted at 110 Bishopsgate skyscraper in London. The onlookers confirmed that Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs seemed all lovey-dovey and “very comfortable with each other.” They savored food and also wallowed in cocktails.
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