Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart’s Wedding Date

Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart's Wedding Date

If and when Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart do get married, it wouldn’t be the first marriage between the two. They already got married in the film ‘The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn – Part One’ when their characters Edward and Bella tied the knot, and hopefully soon the two will make it a reality.  The couple have been together for quite some time now; I guess incredibly creepy fans of the Twilight series will also be excited in that very obsessed way teenage girls seem to be nowadays.

There have already been many rumors about their impending wedding, such as Katy Perry as the bridesmaid, an emerald engagement ring, and even a whole list of quests. Obviously some fans have too much time on their hands with their incredibly disturbing imagination, but they’ll have to wait till the big day is announced to get all the details.

Kirsten and Robert had a “wedding date” June 23 for producer Kevin Turen’s wedding; nothing better to get them into that wedding mood.  Of course this assumes that Rob and Kristen are not just a studio arranged showmance.  Only time will provide the answer to that one – let’s see if they are together two years from now.

With the time they’ve been together and actually being at a “real” wedding maybe this will get them moving on their own wedding now. So for you weird creepy obsessive fans of the couple; be prepared. A wedding just might be around the corner for these two yet, but I have a feeling Robert will be picking out the ring himself and Kristen will choose her own bridesmaids.

3 responses to “Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart’s Wedding Date”

  1. Chris says:

    Even if they break up 1 day after the last Twilight movie it does not mean their relationship wasn’t real.  Relationships last weeks, months, years and break up all the time.  I don’t know why anyone would think this isn’t a real relationship.  How nonsensical to think it’s not.

    • Jody Overland says:

      i think it COULD be a showmance because it makes economic sense – can’t be sure though

  2. CelticLion says:

    Thank you for kindly dispelling the nonsense that has been announced repeatedly by less responsible parties regarding purported wedding plans.