If you think Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are broken up, allow me to refer you to his holiday gift to her. Well, his supposed holiday gift to her. According to sources/insiders/reports/flies on the walls/walls with ears/flies with ears on walls with ears, Rob may have commissioned a piece of artwork for KStew by their favorite artist, Nettie Wakefield.
And if that doesn't say TLF, I'm not sure what does. (For those of you who didn't grow up in the late '80s/early '90s, TLF stands for "true love forever.")
A friend of Rob's told Hollywood Life: "Rob spent some time with Nettie Wakefield over the holidays in London. She’s an incredible contemporary artist, known for her portrait drawings. Rob and Kristen are both collectors of her work. It wouldn’t surprise me if Rob was commissioning her to do something cool for Kristen as a Christmas or New Year’s gift." Hollywood Life also surmises that Rob may be commissioning the artist draw a portrait of him and Kristen together, as that's "a gift she'll cherish forever." To which I say, no. No portraits of the two of them together. Ever. Have Wakefield sketch up a picture of boobs or flowers. But no Robsten portraits, please.
For all the people thinking Rob and Kristen broke up -- I don't know, you guys. There have been a lot of reports of the two of them seeing each other, or at least making plans to see each other, around the holidays. Sure, there are reports of Rob dining with one of KStew's best friends, but -- uses both hands to make the weighing symbol -- random lunch, commissioned piece of art. I think I'll put my money on Robsten, thanks.
But, please, Rob, if you're reading this -- and you know you read The Stir -- don't get a portrait of the two of you embracing. Save that for Six Flags when the artist will draw you with tiny bodies and big heads and random things, like tennis racquets, in your hand. Trust me, you won't regret it.
Do you think Rob and Kristen are back together, or is this all a bunch of poppycock?
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