Rob is back on the market after his split from Kristen — and so is his Los Angeles mansion! The recently single star put his $6.75 million Spanish style home on sale Sept. 14. Is he trying to put his relationship with Kristen behind him for good?
What better way to move on from your ex than to sell the home you once shared? That’s just what Robert Pattinson decided to do. On Sept. 14 the Twilight actor put his home of two years with on-again, off-again girlfriend Kristen Stewart on the market. Is he finally moving on?
Robert Pattinson Selling LA Mansion He Shared With Kristen Stewart
Rob bought the Spanish style home in Los Feliz in 2011 when his relationship with Kristen was stronger than ever. Poor Rob thought he was in it for the long haul with Kristen, but after she cheated on him with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders, 42, in July, 2012, Rob completely cut Kristen off.
He has already moved out of the house they shared and is living ten miles away from Kristen’s Los Feliz home, which she conveniently bought in the same neighborhood as Rob, according to the UK’s Daily Mail. While it must be really hard for Rob to let go of this last reminder of Kristen, we think it’s a smart idea for him to move away and move forward with his life.
Robert Pattinson’s Alone Time — He Likes Being On His Own After Kristen Stewart
Rob is slowly getting through his devastating break up with Kristen one day at a time. Even though he misses her laugh and smile, he’s been doing things to better his career such as becoming the new face for Dior Homme and working on his music career. He likes being on his own, and we admire him for it.
In an interview with Glamour Italy, Rob revealed that he would like to create a kingdom where he would live completely alone. “No one could live here, but me,” he said.
So maybe it’s a good thing he cut Kristen off for now. In fact, it could be the best thing for his personal happiness!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? If you were Rob, would you move away from Kristen?
— Julianne Ishler