6:25 AM EDT 4/20/2017
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Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have stood the test of time and countless gossips. While the engaged couple has yet to seal the deal and tie the knot, the couple continues to prove to their fans that their relationship is not affected by the never-ending rumors.
Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs' engagement is still on amidst the latest bout of rumors surrounding their relationship. News of the couple's rumored split began after the 30-year-old actor admitted that he was curious to see what would happen if there would be another "Twilight" movie, reports MailOnline.
Pattinson shared that he thinks it would be fun if they recreated "Twilight" in the form of another installment or a spin-off based on his character, Edward Cullen. This sparked speculations that Pattinson was expressing interest in reuniting with his former co-star and ex-girlfriend, Kristen Stewart.
While Pattinson was curious about the possibility of another "Twilight" film, the actor admitted that doing independent movies has helped him "get better." There also does not seem to be any indication that Pattinson was longing for Stewart, as he recently walked the red carpet premiere of his movie, "The Lost City of Z" with his fiancé, FKA Twigs.
Pattinson and FKA Twigs may be both mum about the rumors surrounding their relationship, but they are vocal when it comes to expressing their thoughts about each other. In an earlier interview with The Guardian, FKA Twigs said that she is not affected by the rumors surrounding their relationship.
The "Two Weeks" singer admitted that it is uncomfortable to hear people gossip about their relationship. However, FKA Twigs shared that she is fine with being uncomfortable because Pattinson is worth it.
"In comparison to how happy I am. And how I feel with him. It's 100% worth it," she said.
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