It's just been a few short weeks since Robert Pattinson returned from filming The Rover in Australia. But Twi-hards are still panting over one important question: When are Kristen Stewart and Rob moving in together? Apparently the answer is, not until they smooth out their trust issues. Sources say the couple have looked at a few properties in Malibu. But Rob isn't in a hurry to pack up his things and move just yet.
The source told Look magazine, "I think they now need to take things slow and possibly get some counselling before moving forward again." Kristen is reportedly frustrated and sad, but understands her boyfriend needs time. But will they take their friend's advice and get counseling?
I don't know, that doesn't sound like Robert Pattinson's style. But then, he is supposedly taking dance lessons for Kristen, so who knows? I think if your relationship is shaky, getting counseling BEFORE you both sink your money into a property and start moving furniture is the smart thing to do. Better to work out some of those kinks before you take the next step.
If Rob and Kristen really are living at Kristen's mom's house, you'd think he'd want to get a little privacy ASAP. Even renting some place together would make more sense than that! But I also keep hearing that Kristen has her own place and they're more often staying there. Sure wish the tabloids would get their stories straight so a blogger like me could keep up!
But that's all assuming this relationship is the real deal. And I keep saying it (though it's painful to hear, I know), I still have a hunch this whole Robsten relationship is just a publicity stunt with an expiration date of around August. I'm just saying. Rob is traveling a lot for his film projects, so it's not like he's spending a lot of time in LA anyway. But if it seems like he keeps postponing his cohabitation with Kristen, there may be a really big reason why: He's never moving in with her.
Do you think Kristen and Rob should get counseling before moving in together, or does Rob just need to get over his trust issues?
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