Robert Pattinson Leaves Kristen Stewart for London

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By Sonalee singh | December 4, 2013 5:29 PM EST

Robert Pattinson headed to London yesterday leaving Kristen Stewart alone. Fans are certainly aware that  Pattinson's family are currently living in London.  So, did Robert plan this trip to speak to his family about his relationship with Kristen Stewart?

Apprently, Robert's family does not agree with Robert and Kristen's relationship. A source to Life and Style Magazine opened up about what Pattinson's sisters had to say which is as follows: "Rob's sisters, Lizzy Pattinson and Victoria Pattinson live in London and are not at all keen on he and Kristen getting back together."

"They can't stand Kristen; his family is terrified that he'll never get away from her. They think she's bad news," says the source further to the magazine.

Obviously, fans are not at all pleased with the way Robert's sister's have reacted towards Kristen Stewart. It was also reported that they did not want Pattinson to spend Thanksgiving with Kristen. We hope that Robert talks to his family and brings them on the same page regarding K-stew. After all, reports claim Kristen is working really hard to show "The Map To The Star" star that how much she loves Pattinson.

Meanwhile, Kirsten Stewart was spotted heading out with her friends in LA last December 2. Stewart was seen joining in the celebrations of her friend, Kassie Vervynck's birthday.

A source to states, "Kristen and her closest friends celebrated a friend's birthday at Gjelina's Dec. 2 in Venice. They drank a lot of wine and shared a bunch of food. For dessert they had the gluten-free chocolate cake, and butterscotch pudding with salted caramel."

Wow! Kristen really had some fun even without Robert beside her. The "Twilight" starlet has been in good spirits since she rekindled her romance with R-Ptaz. Anyone would notice that there is an apparent glow and delight on Stewart's face.

Let 's hope Robert's London trip works in the favor of the couple. Let us know what do you think about the restored "Robsten" romance ... will it last?

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