Oh boy. Wait until you hear this one. I know she's probably desperate to patch up things between them and live happily ever after -- but supposedly Kristen Stewart wants to cook Thanksgiving dinner for Robert Pattinson. (Of course she does.) I mean, what man can resist a woman who has decent skills in the kitchen?!?
According to a source who talked to Hollywood Life, "It's something that's been on her mind for a while now. She wants it to be extra special because she knows Rob will be leaving the country after Thanksgiving to begin filming Queen of the Desert."
The insider also adds, "She wants Rob to know how much she cares about him and appreciates him. She's been researching different recipes and just wants everything to be perfect."
Aww. Don't you feel kinda bad for her, given how pathetic this whole deal sounds? I always pegged KStew as a gal who is way too hip and modern to buy into the "way to a man's heart is through his stomach" thing, but apparently she's willing to give it a shot.
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Sure, Rob might enjoy the meal. He's a dude and dudes generally like to get their eat on. But does she really think throwing a turkey into the oven and whipping up a batch of mashed potatoes is going to make him forget everything that's happened in the past?
And what if he's not even around for Thanksgiving? There's a little rumor going around that Rob is taking Dylan Penn to Hawaii sometime in the near future for a romantic getaway. Maybe they'll be jetting off to paradise in lieu of spending Thanksgiving in L.A.?
If Rob and Kristen do wind up spending the holiday together, however, she probably shouldn't expect too much from him after the meal is finished. It's probably going to take a little bit more than dinner to get him to commit to her again.
(And I wouldn't get my hopes up about him sticking around to do dishes either if I were her.)
Do you think Rob and Kristen should spend Thanksgiving together to see how things go?
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