Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson to Sell Their Love Nest: The 'Twilight' Star's New Girlfriend is Dylan Penn

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By Sonalee singh | October 24, 2013 6:00 PM EST

This may not come as pleasant news to Robsten Fans. Apparently, the former love-birds, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have decided to sell off their £4 million Los Angeles love nest. The five-bedroom mansion in LA was the couple's hanging out zone during their four year relationship.

However, now it seems there is no getting back for Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. The couple had tried to rekindle their romance but according to the sources Rob is no mood to get back with K-stew.

Mirror.co.uk has reported that Kristen Stewart is "devastated" at the sale of the house. A source has told the website, "It has so many memories for her and she wanted him to keep it. Part of her always hoped she'd get back with Rob but this spells the end."

Robert Pattinson is allegedly dating Sean Penn's daughter Dylan Penn. They were recently spotted at a party with a drug dealer at Viper Room, LA.

According to Classicalite.com, "She (Dylan Penn) understands him (Robert Pattinson) so well, having grown up with a famous family and she's been an expert in helping him decoy the paparazzi with a few tricks her old man (Sean Penn) taught her...The surprising thing for Rob's friends, though, is that he's considering another relationship, having vowed to remain a bachelor for at least a year after splitting from Kristen."

The Brit Actor, Robert Pattinson is head over heels for Dylan Penn. He even wants to bring her home for Christmas. Dylan Penn is an "Anglophile" and has always wanted to spend time in London.

"She has a list of places she has always wanted to go to in England and Scotland since she was a kid. That includes Loch Ness, feeding the pigeons in Trafalgar Square and eating food like haggis and eels." a source has told The Sun.

So now that "Robsten" are officially over, should we get ready for "Roblayn" romance?

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