Robert Pattinson Cuddles Kristen Stewart For Book Cover

Since news broke of Kristen Stewart’s affair with Rupert Sanders, it’s unlikely she and former boyfriend Robert Pattinson will ever get as cosy as they look on the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s new book about ‘Twilight‘.

British heartthrob Rob is pictured snuggling up to his then on and off-screen girlfriend Kristen as they pose together with Taylor Lautner for the mag’s new book on Stephenie Meyer’s vampire novels.

Dressed in a white strapless dress, deceiving 22-year-old K-Stew looks perfectly innocent as she clasps Rob’s hand and protectively draws it in to her waist. Rob rests his head against the ‘On The Road’ star lovingly as she smiles for the camera.

‘The Twilight Saga’ sees Edward Cullen (Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Stewart) tackle married life with their daughter Renesmee, with werewolf Jacob Black (Lautner) threatening to ruin their peaceful life together. The picture shows Lautner lurking behind the happy couple, proving he is never too far away.

The photo was taken before it emerged that Kristen had been cheating on her boyfriend of three years with married ‘Snow White And The Huntsman’ director Rupert Sanders. We can hardly bear to look at it!

Twilight: the Complete Journey contains a number of candid interviews with the film’s fictional love triangle as well as set visits, trivia, dozens of photographs and book and movie guides. Wish it had interviews with the real-life love triangle, too!

Although K-Stew and R-Patz have steered clear of one another since news of her infidelity broke, it is believed the pair will walk the red carpet together at the premiere of the franchise’s final installment. Awkward!

Kristen will make her first public appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival next week, where she’ll be attending the screening of her upcoming film ‘On The Road’.

R-Patz is touring the US to promote his new film ‘Cosmopolis’, dodging probing questions about his ex at every turn.

Twilight: The Complete Journey will be released on October 2.