FKA Twigs is fuming over the supposed fact that Robert Pattinson wants his ex-fiancee, Kristen Stewart, at his forthcoming wedding to the singer. Twigs and Pattinson confirmed their engagement just last month, but sources allege that the couple is hoping to tie the knot this year.
There’s just one problem: Kristen Stewart. Several insiders have reported that Robert Pattinson is keen on having his ex at his wedding. While his current fiancee argued that Stewart had no right to be at the ceremony, Robert stressed that they have both moved, adding that they are nothing more than friends and Pattinson wants her there. Period!
While the actor’s loyal fan have questioned his decision in wanting Kristen at his wedding, many took to social media, saying that Twigs shouldn’t be bothered by an ex being at the ceremony. After all, she is the one marrying the Twilight star, not Kristen. From Twigs’ point of view, she may feel awkward in having to run into her fiance’s previous lover — she may even fear that Kristen and Robert will run off together while she walks down the aisle.
“Twigs couldn’t believe it and she told him absolutely not. She was flipping out and they got into a huge fight,” Life&Style magazine reports. The singer is livid because she has no relationship to Stewart, and while Robert has claimed that he still considers his ex-fiancee a mutual friend of his, the decision in wanting his former flame at the wedding is distasteful by all means.
“Rob thinks that Twigs may be overreacting. But, he definitely put a damper on their wedding plans and now he is trying desperately to resolve the situation,” a source concluded, confirming that FKA Twigs and Pattinson are feuding over their differences on whether Kristen Stewart can come or not.
Robert is still convinced that he will get his way, but conflicting reports state that FKA may go as far as pulling the plug on the whole wedding if Robert wants Kristen at their ceremony so badly. She’s starting to think her fiance is marrying the wrong woman.
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