R-Patz and FKA Twigs get lovey-dovey


Robert Pattinson’s new relationship is reportedly “miles away” from his romance with Kristen Stewart.

The British actor met Kristen when they were shooting the Twilight franchise and they dated for around four years, splitting after she had an affair with married movie director Rupert Sanders. Robert has moved on with UK musician FKA Twigs, with sources suggesting their relationship is going from strength to strength. “This is the most comfortable I've ever seen him," the insider said.

‘He looks like he's really in love’

"It's like he is in a normal relationship, enjoying it. Honestly, it was miles and miles away from what it was like when he was with Kristen."

FKA Twigs has been touring Europe lately and Robert has gone along for the ride. The couple were spotted hanging out in Paris this week, strolling along arm in arm on Tuesday.

They apparently looked “very cute together” and decided to take some time out to peruse the French city’s famous shops.

“They were trying things on, making suggestions to one another, and he seemed to be really having a good time," another insider explained. "He looks like he's really in love.”

Robert and Kristen were famously secretive about their relationship and didn’t confirm it for years. One of the few times the actress did discuss it was after photos of her and Rupert were leaked, with the star publicly apologising to Robert.

He doesn’t harbour any ill will though, talking about the breakup in July.

“Sh*t happens, you know? It’s just young people... it’s normal! And honestly, who gives a sh*t?” he told British magazine Esquire.

“The hardest part was talking about it afterwards. Because when you talk about other people, it affects them in ways you can’t predict. It’s like that scene in Doubt [movie with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman], where he’s talking about how to take back gossip? They throw all those feathers from a pillow into the sky and you’ve got to go and collect all the feathers.”

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