Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart at The Spy Glass Inn

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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart celebrated the New Year together in the U.K. They spent the evening together and were spotted several times together. The couple is very private about their relationship, and want to be left alone, but their fame won’t give them rest.

The romantic ‘Twilight’ pair spent the end of 2010 together and rang in the New Year at The Spyglass Inn in the town of Ventor on the British Isle of Wight. Maybe they thought they wouldn’t be spotted at an inn named The Spyglass Inn, but the paparazzi hunt this couple down especially if they are together even if the paparazzi have to use a spyglass. This only fuels the rumors of their private love affair.

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Robert Pattinson was seen with Kristen Stewart Stewart on December 31. They were listening to live music with friends. People reports, “The group of pals even returned to The Splyglass Inn for another get-together on New Year’s Day. Pattinson and Stewart kept a low profile, only to be recognized by several fans. The couple were seated side-by-side, both dressed in jeans and black jackets.”

New Year’s Eve

The couple had spent last New Year’s Eve on the Isle of Wight. Wight is an island in the English Channel, but more important is the relationship the two share. So many fans of “Twilight” relish the thought of the couple getting married, because they were so good together in the movie. 

Do you think they are secretly engaged or even may be married? It’s all too romantic, but as time goes on, the rumors start to fade, but with this New Year’s Eve get together, the rumors start to fly again.

 

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