Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are notoriously private about their relationship and have yet to confirm or deny claims their three year romance is on the rocks. But insiders have claimed they're definitely over, with the 'Snow White and The Huntsman' actress said to be “devastated”.
A split was first reported last week with the pair reportedly ending their romance after spending New Year together. Despite partying together after the Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles just two weeks ago, Star magazine claim they've been told by sources the romance is well and truly over.
“Rob really wanted it to work but he just felt like the trust was gone,” the magazine claims a source told them.
“Neither of them seemed really happy and he just thought it was easier to end it for good. He was honest with her and said they had been through so much he hoped they could remain amicable.”
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The reason behind the split is said to be the cheating scandal that rocked Hollywood last summer. The 22 year-old was photographed kissing married, director Rupert Sanders in Los Angeles just days before a public appearance with the British hunk in July.
In a public apology to her 'Twilight' boyfriend, Kristen acknowledged for the first time that she was in love with him and apologised for cheating.
“She is devastated,” the insider claimed.
“It's come as a massive blow as they had been making big plans to start a fresh this year.”
“Kristen really thought they had worked through their problems and were now OK.”
If the split rumours are true, it might not be forever, as the reported pal claims Rob is keen to stay close to the brunette, after going through so much together.
They added: “Rob is really keen to keep everything civil and work on being friends. It would be too much to be completely without her because she is such a massive part of his life.”
There was no sign of a split when Rob landed in Australia last week as he jetted into the country to film new movie 'The Rover'.