Robert Pattinson Trying to get Kristen Stewart Pregnant?

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | January 10, 2013 12:23 PM EST

It seems that British actor Robert Pattinson wants to settle down as soon as possible as a report said that he and his girlfriend Kristen Stewart are having sex multiple times a day.

A report by Hollywood Life claimed that the couple known as "Robsten" are extremely intimate, and have sex up to seven times every day.

The report also said that Rob and Kristen not only spend countless hours in the bedroom, but also use props such as blindfolds, feathers, and handcuffs. It seemed that the erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" inspired the current sex life of the "Twilight" couple.

Author of the aforementioned erotic novel E.L. James vowed that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will not star in the film adaptation of the book.

Rob and Kristen are taking some big steps in making their relationship work, which includes buying some new property together. When the cheating scandal broke, Rob moved out of their shared home and the two were living separately for a while. But it sounds like they are ready to move back in together and move forward.

Rob and Kristen seemed to be ready to tie the knot and move back in together after living separately for a while. They are moving in together in two continents as they are eyeing houses in New York and London.

Reports claimed that the couple are planning to buy a property in London to put down their roots. Moreover, Rob wants to spend more time in London.

Settling down in London seemed to be the couple's way to gain assurance in each other's loyalty. The two will be separated by work commitments as Rob will head to Australia this month for the shoot of his upcoming movie "The Rover". Kristen, on the other hand, will be busy for the sequel of "Snow White and the Huntsman".

The Twilight couple neither confirmed nor denied the rumours surrounding their relationship.

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