Robert Pattinson & Kristen StewartAfter reading a new report saying that Kristen Stewart is going to visit Robert Pattinson in Australia "to save their relationship," I can't help but be more than a little bit confused.

According to a source who talked to RadarOnline, "She thinks his interest in their reconciliation is waning the longer they’re apart – so Kristen's trying to save what they have left."

Huh. Really?

The source also adds,  "Robert’s been busy filming and hasn't been able to give Kristen as much time as she liked. It's been especially difficult to stay in touch because of the 18 and half hour time difference between Los Angeles and Adelaide. Their relationship is hanging by a thread, so she thinks that visiting him in Oz may help them stay together."

Oh, come on. Seriously? The only possible reason for Kristen wanting to visit her boyfriend is because she thinks it's her last chance to keep him?

Sure, they've been apart from one another since he's been there filming The Rover, and it is a little weird that she hasn't paid him a visit yet -- but maybe she's had other things to deal with -- like her own life and career?

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And besides that, isn't it more likely that Kristen is headed to Australia because she misses Rob and wants to spend some time with him versus trying to convince him not to break up with her?

News flash -- plenty of celebrity couples, even married ones, jet off to far away locations for the sake of whatever film they happen to be working on -- and their significant others often come and visit them. And nine times out of ten, their reunion doesn't signal any sign of trouble, so it just seems so dumb to assume that Kristen is visiting Rob to "save the relationship."

Good grief. I can't wait to hear what kind of rumors start flying when it's time for her to leave Australia and come home.

Do you think Kristen is visiting Rob because she misses him, or to try and salvage what's left of their romance?

 

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