Oh no! Eccentric couple Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs reportedly broke off their engagement on Oct. 29th, but now a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that there’s more to the story. Here’s what we know.
The handsome Robert Pattinson, 29, and his unique love of over a year, FKA Twigs, 27, reportedly called off their engagement, to our heartbreak. But HollywoodLife.com did some digging and an insider gave us the whole story EXCLUSIVELY.
Rob & FKA seem perfect for each other. They’re both private, passionate, and deeply creative, which is why it broke our hearts to hear that they may have called it quits. But now, we’ve learned that luckily that’s just not the case. “Rob and Tahliah (FKA) have been having some challenges because of their busy schedules,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVEY, “but they have not called off the wedding. Not at all.” Thank goodness!
So why haven’t we heard when the wedding will be? Truth is, there just isn’t time to plan one right now. “It’s not on the top of their priority list right now and neither of them are in a rush to walk down the aisle,” says the source. “They are both slammed with career obligations and when they do say their ‘I do’s’, it will be when they both have downtime.” Guess we’ll just have to wait to see what crazy-awesome dress FKA sports on the big day!
Just because they’re too busy to actually get married, Rob & FKA still have it in the back of their minds: especially the honeymoon. ‘They are actually both looking forward to their honeymoon and that remains a topic of conversation of all the exotic places they can visit from the Maldives to a remote and romantic island in Japan called Honshu,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Well, doesn’t that just sound lovely? Recently FKA said she wants to get married and have babies with Rob, and it doesn’t sound like anything’s changed. We’re so happy for the duo, we just can’t imagine them with anyone else! Stay strong, guys.
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— Emy LaCroix, Reporting by Sandra Clark