Get excited, HollywoodLifers! Robert and Kristen will be together again and has learned exactly where it will be! Read on for all the inside scoop.

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have been reported to be back together and have reconciled their differences, but sources close with Summit Entertainment have told EXCLUSIVELY the truth, including how they will even walk the red carpet at the Breaking Dawn: Part 2 premiere together! We’re so excited!

Concerning the relationship between Rob and Kristen, things have been obviously much better. But has learned EXCLUSIVELY that things are improving. “They are attempting to reconcile ,” says a source close to the pair. “They are talking and talking baby steps moving forward.” A full reconciliation first reported by The Sun , is understandably taking some time.”

There is quite a lot to get through as the trust was really broken between them both and Rob has very mixed emotions.” But one thing the talking between the two has achieved is that they will both appear on the Breaking Dawn red carpet TOGETHER! Sources at Summit ”are happy that they are at least talking and only expect them to be professional when it comes to their press duties and are going forward with having them work together on the carpet.” But what happens if trouble brews again in their rekindling romance?

“It would be easy to put them alone or with other talent for press days if they don’t fully reconcile. Summit has things under control with plenty of time to fine tune specifics as well since the premiere is months away,” our sources tell us. Here is hoping that the couple makes it through this rough patch in their relationship. Good luck R-Patz & K-Stew! So, HollywoodLifers, are you happy to hear that Rob and Kristen are trying to work things out?


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