Rob and Dylan are heating up, but there’s reportedly at least one person who isn’t exactly thrilled about it — her dad!
It’s never easy for a guy to get the approval of his girlfriend’s father. And when you’re Robert Pattinson, an incredibly famous, incredibly sexy actor wanted by every girl in the world, and your girlfriend’s father is Sean Penn, it’s apparently even harder.
Sean Penn Warns Robert Pattinson About Dating His Daughter
The 53-year-old iconic actor reportedly had a sit-down with Rob to talk about the budding relationship with his daughter, Dylan Penn, according to Metro. Sean is reportedly concerned that Dylan is just a rebound hookup for Rob — he wants to make sure his little girl isn’t going to get hurt.
“Rob and Dylan get on well and really fancy one another. It’s obvious Dylan is smitten,” a source told Metro. “But Sean had a chat with Rob recently. Sean knows what it’s like to be a young, successful actor and the beautiful women that come with it.” Which is certainly true — throughout his rocky marriage to Robin Wright, Sean has been linked to several models and actresses.
So because Sean knows he isn’t the picture of morality and fidelity, he wants to make sure Rob doesn’t end up like him. “Sean gave his piece about not getting too heavy with his daughter if he’s playing the field, as he doesn’t want to see her hurt,” the source added. Good advice, albeit from an unlikely source.
Robert Pattinson & Dylan Penn Heat Up
It’s still too early to determine if Rob and Dylan are more than just a fling, but for the moment they certainly seem to be getting hot and heavy.
About two weeks after being spotted kissing and cozying up at The Viper Room, the couple was reportedly seen again cuddling up to each other during a night out at the Chateau Marmont on Sept. 25, according to Us Weekly.
“He was very affectionate with her and they seemed comfortable,” an eyewitness said.
Rob definitely seems to be enjoying his time with Dylan — all he needs to do to remain on Sean’s good side is make sure he stays true to her.
— Andrew Gruttadaro