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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Moving to Cornwall?
5:47am 18th October 2012
(Updated 5:47am 18th October 2012)
Two more Hollywood A listers could be moving to Cornwall.
A paper says Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart want to buy a bolthole on the Lizard, as they try to patch up their relationship.
The couple spent some time in the Duchy a few weeks ago, after Kristen was caught cheating on the twenty-six year old with a married film director. The time away from the crowds in the Duchy obviously worked. On Monday they were snapped holding hands for the first time since their split.
A source told The Sun: “When Robert was growing up the whole family would go away on idyllic holidays to Falmouth, Truro and Newquay so he’s always thought of the area fondly. A few weeks ago, he took Kristen to Lizard Point for a four-day trip and hardly anyone bothered them. They had a fabulous few days just being normal.
“They agreed to buy a bolthole there and, after setting their hearts on a couple of remote cottages, are hoping to finalise on one soon.
“It’s yet another sign they’re firmly back on track as a committed couple and not looking back.”
In a recent interview Robert revealed why he is so cagey about his romance. He said: "You get into it to do movies. I've never been interested in trying to sell my personal life - and that's why people bring it up."
Peter Collins runs Cornish Cottages at Mullion. He said: "You can have the exclusivity of a waterfront cottage on the Helford or you can get away from it all and just be off the beaten track. I think he'd be able to find something that would suit him down to the ground and, of course, when he's not using it we'd be happy to let it for him."5:47am 18th October 2012
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