And well who are we kidding, her real-life relationship was just as attention-grabbing too, since she dated her co-star Robert Pattinson on and off for a few years while they were bringing this beloved franchise to life. Stew has been in a few more relationships, all with women and she proudly said during her about her love life and tbh, she plans to keep dating whoever she wants, no matter what a person's gender is. He forgave Kristen though and the pair remained together until their final split. And really, truly, believed in it and never felt confused or struggling.
However, Kristen also noted that she's way more public with her current relationship with Alicia Cargile, and for good reason.The only question is how long it will take Kristen to get to that place in her life, although Rob’s already shown signs of moving on. But the amount of pressure they faced, both on and off camera, to be the ideal couple couldn't have been more real, as Kristen explained in a new interview with magazine — and the whole thing may get you to rethink the way you look at celebrity relationships."People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product. And that was gross to me," Kristen told the magazine.According to recent reports, Kristen’s doing all she can to leave Los Angeles on vacations with her friends as well as jobs abroad, and her biggest motivation in doing so is to forget about Rob.Sure, it’s not working very well right now, but eventually, Kristen will be able to move on for good.“[Twilight] shaped me enormously,” she told the Sunday Times.