Robert Pattinson is known to be quite fond of hanging out in pubs, particularly in London.
And now the Twilight star, who rung in the New Year in an inn with on/off girlfriend Kristen Stewart has apparently got his heart set on buying his own drinking establishment in the capital.
He exclusively told Yahoo! omg!: "I would love to own a pub in London at some point."
Imagine that - Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart as the new Alfie and Kat (that was) of The Queen Vic.
RPattz, who was spotted over Christmas having a pint in a London pub, is pretty particular about the type of drinking joint he'd like to invest in, telling us he doesn't want anything fancy.
He said: "I wouldn’t want to buy a pub that was all trendy and done Gastro style food, I just want a real working men’s pub."
And he DEFINITELY wouldn't want it to be a showbiz hangout - so no chance of K-Stew and Taylor Lautner hanging out at the bar then.
He said: "I probably wouldn’t even go public that I owned it; I wouldn’t want it to become the sort of place people went to spot celebrities. I just want it to be a real pub where men discuss the issues of the day."
By the sounds of things Mr Pattinson is pretty passionate about pubs in our country, telling us: "The UK is the home of pubs, and we need to make sure we protect them.
"Every time I am back home and see that a local pub has closed down it actually makes me sad. The local can be the focal point of the community, and if we lose them we lose one of the things that is greatest about Britain.
"Men putting the world to rights over a few pints puts the Great into Great Britain; we have to fight to keep that.
RPattz and KStew have had one helluva 2012, after news of her cheating scandal with director Rupert Sanders broke over the summer.
But the pair have patched stuff up and ended on a high with friends at the Spyglass Inn on the Isle Of Wight on December 31.
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