Kristen Stewart wanted to marry Robert Pattinson: 'He was my first love'

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson (Photo: Getty/Gallo Images)
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson (Photo: Getty/Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kristen Stewart recently got candid about her relationship with her Twilight co-star, Robert Pattinson.

During an interview on The Howard Stern Show, the 29-year-old star spilled the beans on her relationship with Robert, which ended after four years following a snap captured of her kissing Hollywood director Rupert Sanders, Elle reports.

The kiss happened during the filming of Snow White and the Huntsman – Kristen starred as Snow White and Rupert was the director.

Kristen and Robert’s relationship came to an abrupt end when the images captured by paparazzi of her kissing Rupert, who was married to model Liberty Ross, surfaced revealing their affair.

Kristen and Robert decided to split, but the actress recently revealed that she wanted to marry him.

During the interview with Howard, Kristen admitted that she thought "that was it" when she dated Robert, according to Metro.

"I don’t know. I wanted to, yeah. I mean, I think..." she responded when Howard asked her if she would’ve married Robert if he’d proposed.

"I don’t know. I’m not a super-duper traditionalist, but at the same time, every relationship I’ve ever been in, I thought that was it."

Although the pair went their separate ways with Robert dating model Suki Waterhouse and Kristen now dating screenwriter girlfriend, Dylan Meyer, she had nothing but the sweetest words for her "first love", Cosmopolitan reported.

"I was super in love with my high school boyfriend. Super, super fucking in love with him. He’s the best. He’s the best," Kristen says of her ex.

(Sources: Metro, Cosmopolitan Elle)

(Photo: Gallo/Getty Images)

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