K-Stew’s breakup with Robert Pattinson really blindsided her. And while she’s spending time out of the spotlight trying to move on, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that she is still in love with her ex, and that she is ’100 percent, absolutely not’ interested in dating other people.
Kristen Stewart may be trying to get over her breakup with Robert Pattinson, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t still have feelings for him. Don’t tell her that there are other fish in the sea, a source tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively, because there is only one fish she truly loves.
Kristen Stewart Doesn’t Want To Date Other Guys
“She is still in love with Rob,” the insider close to Kristen says. “As far as her wanting to date anyone else, the answer is 100 percent absolutely not.”
Kristen has no desire to play the field right now — her heart is still wrapped up with Rob. The breakup has obviously hit her hard, and she is not ready to close the book on the relationship just yet. If she were to go out with other guys right now, it’d likely only remind her how much she misses Rob and further inhibit her from moving on.
Kristen Stewart Feels ‘Like A Part Of Her Died’ After Robert Pattinson Split
The Twilight actress seems to be taking the split harder than Rob. As the source explained to us, Kristen “misses her best friend. It’s like a part of her has died and she is still going through the grieving process.”
That process for Kristen so far has been to lay low out of the public eye and just spend quality time with her closest friends. We’re sure that eventually, it will include trying to see other people. But for now, Kristen’s heart is still too devoted to Rob.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Should Kristen try to date other guys? Let us know!
– Andrew Gruttadaro
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