A new rumor has Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart relocating abroad. The couple admitted to house hunting in London, but this reported move isn't to Rob's hometown. It's to Paris instead. Do you think the Breaking Dawn Part 2 couple is really considering a move there?
According to a report from Hollywood Life, it seems it was Fashion Week when the notion first struck Kristen. Maybe family conflict and the recent headaches of Hollywood living are finally taking their toll.
"Kristen returned to LA gushing to Rob about how much she loved [Paris]," a source explains. "He's been to Paris plenty of times and told her how he always dreamed of having a romantic little pied-a-terre to escape to in the boho artists' quarter in Montmartre. The thought of living there really got them going."
Now it's reported that Rob and Kristen's 'team' has been told to scout around and find a little apartment in Paris for the Breaking Dawn Part 2 couple.
How completely romantic is that? Naysayers who never believed Rob and Kristen would make a go The Secret History Of Movers Services of their second time around relationship can pick their jaw up off their chests now and admit that they were wrong.
The holidays in London were uncomfortable at Movers Services Secrets best with Robert Pattinson's family. Kristen didn't wind up accompanying him home for Christmas, but met up with him for New Year's instead. Now it seems a place far removed from both family and the insanity of L.A. is sounding more and more appealing.
"Paris really appeals in that they'd be lost in such a big city. What's more, Rob was saying how in Paris there are loads of homes that give them that extra layer of security," the source says. "Kristen's got this wonderful vision of a 1920s-decorated place with lacy lamps and an old piano in the corner. It's exactly what they both want in life Â-- solitude and a quiet creative space."
Kudos to Rob and Kristen for even considering such a bold move. Hopefully it works out for them and helps reignite the passion that brought them together in the first place.