What Kristen Stewart Thinks of Robert Pattinson’s Engagement

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart

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So about that Robert Pattinson engagement rumor: All signs are pointing to true. As Pattinson’s ex, who dated him for five years (from 2008 to 2013), we’d guess that Kristen Stewart must not be too pleased about her former boyfriend and co-star’s betrothal to musician FKA twigs. But it turns out, the Twilight star could not be happier.

“Kristen is doing fine, working and traveling, and she will survive Robert’s engagement,” a source told People. “She has her own life and has moved on.”

Stewart, who’s starring in a number of new roles including Still Alice, Camp X-Ray, Clouds of Sils Maria (which earned her a César award, A.K.A. the French equivalent of an Oscar), feels grounded in not only her personal life but her career, trying to tone down all of the media attention. “Kristen lives a much more low-key life now and seems happier,” the source continued. “It was obvious that she was struggling with the media attention [during her relationship with Rob].”

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Another source told E! News that she couldn’t care less about Pattinson’s current relationship status. Stewart “doesn’t care about the engagement” the insider said adding: “There isn’t hostility but she has moved on and is in a really great place right now.”

This source also confirmed her personal contentment: “This has been one of the better times for her personally, she is just doing her own thing.”

Pattinson and fiancé FKA twigs went an unconventional route, reportedly exchanging promise rings to signify their engagement. And even though it’s only been six months since they began dating, they’ve already shacked up together and Pattinson is making some heavy proclamations about their love. “They’ve been inseparable” a source tells Us Weekly. “They’ve been living together and he’s been calling her his greatest love.”

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