‘Twilight’ Star Robert Pattinson Call Off Wedding With FKA Twigs?

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
‘Twilight’ Star Robert Pattinson Call Off Wedding With FKA Twigs?

Rumor has it that the “Twilight” Star Robert Pattinson might have called off his wedding with FKA Twigs, because his sisters dissapprove of her. If sources are to be believed, both his sisters, Lizzy and Victoria do not approve of their celebrity brother’s relationship with FKA Twigs and are not apparently okay with the couples’ marriage plans.

The “Twilight” series star reportedly had a lot of trouble with his fans too. He suffered a huge backlash from the fans when the wedding was announced. Marriage of a Hollywood star of Robert Pattinson’s level was bound to draw some flak from his female fan base. The sad news here is that FKA Twigs was also drawn into the battle with fans harrassing her over the engagement.


Despite the backlash from fans, British R&B singer, FKA Twigs remained hopeful of a happy nuptial.

“It is pretty horrible. But ultimately, I’m in an amazing relationship. So it doesn’t matter,” she stated in the interview to Complex Magazine.

She said that all hardships created by the new declaration were well worth it, because her would be husband is so incredibly sweet.

Meanwhile, when the couple are not dealing with berserk fans or the annoying paparazzi, they are busy convincing Pattinson’s family that the famous couple deserve their blessing.  Pattinson’s family is next painful hurdle the couple has to overcome now. According to an inside source, Pattinson’s sisters Lizzy and Victoria Pattinson want him to sign a solid prenuptial agreement before the wedding vows are even written. One wonders what the sibilings fear is in store for them should the marriage happen. Do the sisters fear losing their hold on their brother if FKA Twigs enters their celebrity brother’s life?

The Inquisitr reported that Robert Pattinson may change his wedding plans if his beloved sisters ask him to do so, because he is incredibly close to them.

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