Jules Stewart told "The Sunday Mirror" that she's thrilled to see Kristen in a happy, healthy relationship with a lovely girl.
More than friends?! (via The Sunday Mirror)
It makes sense that after being in one of the most public relationships our generation has ever seen, Twilight star Kristen Stewart is playing things close to the chest now. The 25-year-old actress hasn't exactly been hiding that she's dating her personal assistant Alicia Cargile, but she also hasn't been shouting it from the rooftops. Pictures of the two canoodling and enjoying the beach have been circulating, but without a confirmation, who wants to be the first to label K-Stew as Gay-Stew?
Her relationship with Robert Pattinson ended on a sour note, when she was caught "kissing" director Rupert Sanders, but Pattinson is now engaged to singer FKA Twigs. They seem very happy together!
Definitely happier than this:
Yeah, we're done, let it go. (via Getty)
After all these well-documented debacles, it's kind of nice that the media has more or less been leaving Stewart alone. Not anymore: enter Mom.
For some reason, Jules Stewart blabbed to The Mirror this weekend all about her daughter's relationship. Which sounds like it's going down well with her, at least:
"I feel like people need to be free to love whoever they want. I accept my daughter loves women and men. It's OK to be who you are in my world. We all choose our friends so we should be free to choose our lovers. People are good to do whatever they like as long as they're not hurting people or breaking the law. I have gay friends, family members, I'm accepting of people, we are all free to choose who we want to love."
Great! True! Does your daughter know you're speaking with us, ma'am? Stewart continued with her perspective on Bella and Edward's split:
“I'm very sad that Kristen and Robert didn't have a chance to be alone together, they had to have the whole world with them and all the public stuff ruined everything, life became overwhelming."
No kidding: apparently, FKA Twigs gets threats and racist insults thrown her way on the regular and she's relatively unknown compared to the stars of the biggest tween vampire franchise on the planet (that's a pretty big deal when you think about how many there are). It's unlikely any relationship could survive such scrutiny.
Well, here's to both the happy couples. Also, to my roommate, who predicted Kristen Stewart was gay in 2012. You were right. Still don't think either one of us is ever going to get to go on a date with her.