OK! Magazine claims to have photos, statements from the stars about life as a coupleRobert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, stars of the “Twilight” franchise, are living together in Vancouver and acting like a married couple. In fact, they actually feel as if married, even if they don’t have the documents to prove it, the latest issue of OK! Magazine claims in an exclusive piece, complete with pictures of the apartment in question and statements from the two stars.
Fans will remember that this is not the first time that OK! comes under fire for running this kind of stories on the two actors. However, some speculate that some truth might be to the latest issue, since the mag dares to claim it has irrefutable proof that Robert and Kristen are, indeed, an item and that they’re living together as if married. As of now, only the cover is available, and it promises to reveal details about the twosome fans could only dream to hear until now.
“Twilight Exclusive. Rob & Kristen ‘We’re already like a married couple.’ Inside our home. Exclusive photos of our apartment in Vancouver. How we spend our private time together – playing guitar, listening to the Rolling Stones, and even making home-cooked meals. All the intimate details about our life at home.” large, bold captions read on the cover of the upcoming issue of OK!. What will be included inside the mag is not yet known, but will probably be revealed soon enough.
With all this, fans can’t but help feeling as if they’re being duped again. Assuming Robert and Kristen would want to go public with their relationship (which, in turn, would imply another “if,” namely that they’re an item), probably the last media outlet they would turn to would be OK!, known for a rather long history of bending the truth, fans say on dedicated forums. Then again, even if they did choose OK! for the revelation, they would probably not offer so many “intimate” details, since both Robert and Kristen are extremely secretive when it comes to their personal life.
Even the readers of the magazine are not convinced about the story, and they more than make it clear in the comments to the post announcing the upcoming number. Nevertheless, the world will only find out whether there was any reason to doubt OK! when the issue in question comes out at newsstands. Keep an eye on this space for more on this.