Hollywood heartthrobs Robert Pattinson and his rumoured on and off girlfriend Kristen Stewart will reportedly spend the holidays together with his family. Pattinson apparently invited Stewart to London to spend the holidays with his family even as rumours were doing the rounds that his family hated her.
"They can't stand Kristen; his family is terrified that he will never get away from her. They think she's bad news, but there's something about Kristen that he just can't resist," the source is quoted as saying.
"Rob reached out to Kristen to congratulate her for Camp X-Ray being selected for Sundance. They talked for awhile and by the end of the conversation he invited her to come see him in London," a friend of Stewart friend told HollywoodLife.com.
"While she wasn't sure if she was going to accept, she was "just so happy," the friend added.
Ever since he split up with Stewart, he has been linked to a number of ladies including Elvis Presley's granddaughter Riley Keough, Fast and Furious actress Michelle Rodriguez, pop star Katy Perry and his co-star in the Dior ad, model Camille Rowe.
Meanwhile, the couple have been spotted together at several places of late.
Reports also suggest that the couple checked into a hotel in Palm Springs, California, for a few nights in order to spend some quality time together.
''They snuck away to one of their favourite hide-outs for a couple of nights. Both left their houses in LA under cover of darkness and Rob brought their two dogs as well. They're not back together yet but they desperately miss each other," a source told The Sun.
''Kristen still loves him and the ball is in his court. She drives him crazy but at the same time he can't seem to break things off.''
Pattinson and Kristen Stewart split a second time after she got back in touch with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. All hell reportedly broke loose between the perfect pair last year when Stewart confessed to having an affair with Sanders behind Pattinson's back. She later apologised.
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