kristen stewart robert pattinsonDespite the overwhelming breakup buzz that's plagued them, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart couldn't have seemed more blissful this past holiday weekend. A source reveals to HollywoodLife.com that the two "celebrated Easter together at her mom Jules' house in Malibu. It was low-key, and Kristen’s brothers were there as well." 

The insider also spilled that "during the day, Rob took the paddle board out. There is a private beach where Jules lives and that’s where Rob always goes paddle boarding. It’s very secluded." Hmm. Come on now. Who wouldn't be blissful if they were spending their Easter on a private SoCal beach?! But perhaps there really is no trouble in the lovebirds' slice of Malibu paradise. Because I'm sure they wouldn't be spending the holiday at her mom's if there was.

If a couple's really on the rocks, staying in such close confines with one partner's family is pretty much the last thing either would want to do! I'd take it as a telling, positive sign that if they're comfortable and relaxed enough to hang out with Kristen's mother and brothers, they must be content in their own relationship. And hey, there's even a source to back my theory up! The "insider" says:

As far as I know, all is perfect in Rob and Kristen’s world. They are really happy to be back together.

Aww! That's gotta be a bummer for all the conspiracy theorists and people who get off on the perpetually on-and-off Robsten tabloid drama! Then again, wasn't there all that noise about Rob's family (sisters, mainly) loathing Kristen and pressuring Rob to break it off? And treating KStew miserably during Thanksgiving break in the U.K.? If there's any truth there, the couple's bound to encounter tension on that side of the pond at some point. Family issues have a uniquely troubling way of messing with a couple!

That said, if they're that happy and in love right now, maybe they're better off sticking to the west coast -- where one of their families is supportive of their relationship!

Would you agree that having the support of at least one family can keep a relationship on solid ground?

 

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