Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Aren't Ready for a Baby Just Because They Have One in 'Twilight'

Robert Pattinson & Kristen StewartGood grief. There have been so many rumors swirling about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart having a baby together that I highly doubt anyone is going to shut up about it happening until they actually do have a baby together.

And while die-hard fans of the couple will no doubt be thrilled if the news breaks that a mini (very human) Robsten is on the way, they aren't the only ones who are in favor of them producing offspring.

It turns out their Twilight co-star, Toni Trucks, thinks they'll be great parents. She said:

If you are judging by the movie then they would make wonderful parents. I mean, they have a fierce group of friends who would protect them and their baby! So I think they would be good with kids.


Um, ok? So she thinks that Rob and Kristen are all set as far as venturing into parenthood goes simply because they know how to act like parents, and they also have a pretty decent bodyguard system going on. Got it.

Oh, please. I'm not saying they won't be good parents or anything like that, but it takes a lot more than being paid to pretend to be a mom and dad to actually be decent at it! And while having a strong support system definitely helps, there's still a lot more that goes into parenting than the assistance of a few extra hands.

Rob and Kristen are still fairly young, and let's not forget that they just got back together and are slowly repairing their relationship after her cheatin' ways. (That is, if they're really back together for real, not just for the sake of Breaking Dawn Part 2.)

And even though Kristen admits that playing a mom to Renesmee in the film did stir up some sort of maternal vibe, it doesn't mean it's something she's going to act on anytime soon.

Gah. Give her and Rob a break, people. (A movie baby and a real baby are two entirely different things.)

Do you think Kristen and Rob will be good parents when the time comes?


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