- (PHOTO) REUTERS/Max Rossi
Kristen Stewart is said to be planning a getaway with a friend, following her emotional reunion with Robert Pattinson as reports claim the actress wants to forget the actor for good.
On Saturday Pattinson, 27, was reportedly seen arriving at Stewart's Los Feliz home where his white Durango was parked for two hours. The "Twilight" stars reportedly discussed their relationship for the first time since splitting up in May and ultimately agreed that they are better off apart despite Stewart's hopes for a reconciliation.
"After she gets done with Camp X-Ray, Kristen wants to fly a friend or two out of the country on vacation in order to get away from Rob drama, LA, the paparazzi, etc," a source told HollywoodLife.com.
"It's all she can do not to pull a Kanye [West] on the cameras. She's hoping to clear her mind … and not worry about the world," the source added.
The pair, who first began dating in 2008 after meeting on the set of "Twilight," reportedly still love one another however Pattinson simply cannot get over Stewart's 2012 cheating scandal. The actress, 23, admittedly cheated with her married "Snow White and The Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders which triggered their latest split.
While they were happy to see one another on Saturday, the reunion reportedly ended on a somber note.
"Rob initially reached out to Kristen because he wanted to stop by and pick up the rest of his stuff, but apparently he also wanted to see her," a friend of Stewart's said.
"He stopped by on the weekend and they both spent some time together, catching up. Kristen was really happy to see him, but I think in the end they were both sad because they still have feelings for each other," the source explained.
Although the pair have a history of getting back together after a breakup, the source claims this time it is not quite so simple.
"It's not as simple as just getting back together," the source said. "Seeing each other brought up a lot of stuff for both of them. For now, work — not rebuilding a relationship — comes first. It's sad."