Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart New Year Get Away Will Reunite Them Forever?

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By Sonalee singh | December 24, 2013 6:23 PM EST

Are Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart on their way back together? Reportedly, the couple is planning to spend their New Year together.

Kristen is planning to head to London on New Year's Eve. According to a source to Hollywoodlife.com, "She really wants to go to the Isle of Wight with Rob, and it's a possibility they may celebrate the New Year's there, like they have in the past. This is how she wants to bring in the New Year - in a pub, drinking beers, laughing, listening to music with Rob."

Reportedly, Kristen Stewart wants to spend New Year with Rob at a place of their choice. The buzz was that she denied the Christmas invitation from Rob as she did not want to create any unpleasantness with Rob's family.

"Kristen has decided that she won't spend Christmas with Rob in London because she knows he will be with his family and she doesn't feel welcome by them, even though Rob invited her," continued the source.

It was also reported that Pattinson's sisters are not very fond of Kristen and they think she is a bad influence on Rob. But we hope now that Rob and Kristen are spending New Year together, their relationship touches new heights.

Since their break-up in May the couple has met several times to talk out their issues. The reason for their split was Stewart's alleged affair with "Snow White and Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders.

The rumors of their reunion surfaced when they spent the Halloween together this year. Apparently, Kristen even cooked a sumptuous Thanksgiving dinner for Robert. According to sources, Kristen is trying her best to win Rob back.

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson make a great couple and we can't wait for them to be together and probably walk the aisle.

Let us know what you think about Kristen spending New Year with Robert Pattinson. Will it reunite them forever?

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