FKA twigs to pen songs inspired by her romance with RPatz!


The Twilight actor has moved on from his ill-fated romance with his vampire franchise co-star Kristen Stewart and is now dating British musician FKA twigs. The singer was nominated for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize this year and attended the ceremony yesterday. She was hotly tipped to pick up the gong, and while she didn't triumph, the star was happy to talk about her inspiration. "Everything does. Whether it is like home life or friends or relationships," she told British newspaper Metro, when asked what makes it into her lyrics.

‘Everything does. Whether it is like home life or friends or relationships’

She was also quizzed on her fledgling romance with Robert, saying it was "really good" at the moment.

The pair have been linked since August and he has accompanied her on tour dates in Europe. It seems things could be getting more serious between the pair, with Robert recently saying he wants to spend more time in the UK as he's bored of the Hollywood lifestyle. Apparently FKA twigs could be the reason for his change of heart.

"She is behind Rob's decision to move back," a source revealed to British magazine Grazia. "He's serious about her. Rob's really into his music too, and he's loving going out with someone he can share his passion with. They are really happy and he seems keen to make a fresh start, away from the mutual circles he shared with ex-girlfriend Kristen in LA. They've both got busy schedules but they're planning to move to London together in the foreseeable future."

Although they haven't been together long, it's been repeatedly claimed that the pair share a special bond.

"Rob is smitten with twigs and he really wants to make a go of things in London. He connects with her on a level that he doesn't with other people, and they are already speaking about their future together," the insider added.

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