Kristen Stewart Has No Qualms Kissing Robert Pattinson in Public

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By IBTimes Staff Reporter | November 23, 2012 12:44 AM EST

It seems actress Kristen Stewart is ready to do anything to make Robert Pattinson happy, including kissing him in public, as she is scared of losing him again.

The couple split in July after Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, before reuniting after staying away from each other for a couple of months.

"Kristen is going out of her way to appease Rob and do what he wants," a source, who saw the couple at their favorite bar Ye Rustic Inn, told Star. "At a recent trip to a their favorite bar Ye Rustic Inn, "Kristen was fawning all over Rob, leaning on him and being much more affectionate than he was. You could just see that he had the upper hand. They've been in here before and Kristen was always very cold. But now, if Rob wants a kiss, she plants one right on his lips!"

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart looked inseparable at the premieres of their film "Breaking Dawn Part 2" around Europe.

It was reported that Robert Pattinson's mom Clare Pattinson has forgiven Kristen Stewart.

"Kristen and Rob's mom hugged when they saw each other at the after-party. They looked really happy to see each other and spent quite a bit of time talking and laughing. Bill Condon and Rob were also there, but they were talking to each other, and Kristen and Rob's mom were talking to each other," HollywoodLife.com quoted a source as saying.

"Kristen and Rob's mom looked like they have a great relationship. I didn't see any tension between them whatsoever!" added the source.

However, Life & Style magazine reported that Pattinson's sisters Lizzy and Victoria have not forgiven Kristen for hurting their brother by cheating on him while they were still in relationship.

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