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Kristen Stewart 'Frustrated That Robert Pattinson Won't Commit Following Affair'

3 December 2012
Splash News
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They might have been all smiles during the promotion of the final 'Twilight' movie 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' but according to insiders all is not well between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, with the actress “frustrated” that her beau still won't commit to her following her fling with Rupert Sanders.

The 41 year-old married director was photographed kissing the brunette in July and although they have appeared to reconcile RadarOnline claims the 26 year-old has still not forgiven his girlfriend and doesn't know if he ever will.

“Rob and Kristen are at a crossroads right now as to whether he finally accepts they are back together or not,” an insider allegedly said.

“Kristen has been trying so hard to win Rob back, she’s been hanging out with his friends and she even went to London to make a good impression with Rob’s family over the Thanksgiving holiday."

Kristen Stewart 'Frustrated That Robert Pattinson Won't Commit Following Affair'
Kristen Stewart 'Frustrated That Robert Pattinson Won't Commit Following Affair'

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They went on: “She knows his sisters were particularly vocal about their disapproval of Rob taking her back after the affair, so Kristin braved the storm and groveled to them.

“The problem is, Rob is still dithering on what to do. I think Kristen is now at the stage where she feels it is time for him to get over her affair or perhaps move on.”

Neither of the pair have confirmed their romance is back on, though Kristen's mum, movie producer Jules Stewart recently admitted the pair were very much in love. She told Italian Vanity Fair: “She’s very much in love [with Rob] and it’s great,”

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