Kristen Stewart is reportedly getting married to Alicia Cargile. The couple is planning to keep their wedding as a low-key event.
?They have yet to set a date. They?ve been hashing out the details ever since. They know want [sic] to have a small, outdoor ceremony, probably somewhere north of L.A. like Santa Barbara or Big Sur, with a bohemian feel. They want it to be romantic but nontraditional,? a source told a tabloid, according to Gossip Cop.
Recently, Kristen confessed that she is deeply in love with Alicia Cargile. She also confirmed that they have broken up a couple of times. ?
Kristen and Alicia were seen together in Los Angeles for a lunch date. Kristen and Alicia did not stay away from the photographers and she was seen holding hands with Alicia Cargile on the red carpet in Cannes.
Kristen has also confessed that she is not going to define herself for anyone. She does not have time for such things.
Kristen?s Ex-Boyfriend Robert Pattinson-FKA Twigs Wedding
Kristen Stewart?s ex- boyfriend Robert Pattinson is engaged to ?Pendulum? singer FKA Twigs. Twigs has some wonderful plans for her wedding.
Earlier she had expressed her desire to get married and have kids. ?You can take the girl out of the country but you can?t take the country out of the girl? I grew up in Gloucestershire, and there?s a certain format that people fit into. I?m actually quite happy with the format. I?m quite happy to say, ?Go to school, work hard on your GCSEs, do your A-Levels, get married, have children. Send your kids to a nice school. Make sure you?re in the right catchment area,? Twigs said.
A source has revealed that FKA Twigs hated all the attention she and Rob generated as a couple, but they have been keeping a low-profile wedding in East London and she feels more comfortable. Twigs is totally happy with where they are and they?re both excited about the wedding.
There was a buzz that Twigs approached Kristen to get advice. She wanted to know how to have a better relationship with Rob. Rob and Twigs were together at Met Gala event.
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