Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart Plan Imminent Engagement?

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By Daniel Gates

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With the November 18 premiere date of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 coming up, the gossip mill is going to go into overdrive with speculation about stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.

In Touch magazine leaps into the fray this week, claiming that the real-life couple wants to mark the on-screen wedding of their characters “with an engagement of their own!” “Rob & Kristen Talk Marriage,” reads the headline, and the piece tries to use Stewart’s recent interview in which she “finally ‘fessed up” to having an “English boyfriend” as evidence that she and Pattinson are actively planning to wed.

“They can’t stand being apart,” a so-called “Twilight insider” tells the magazine, adding, “They are ready to commit.” Interesting. We’re wondering when, exactly, In Touch will “commit” to a consistent story when it comes to Stewart and Pattinson.

Please keep in mind that this same magazine said last year that Stewart had “reason to worry” about Pattinson’s contact with Reese Witherspoon and Anna Kendrick and even “X Factor” contestant Lucie Jones. Oh, and In Touch also said Tom Sturbridge was coming between the couple.

Last January, the magazine insisted that Pattinson was “begging” Stewart to marry and had already secured her family’s permission. A month later, according to In Touch, Pattinson and Stewart allegedly entered “couples counseling.”

The lesson is that the tabloid has absolutely no clue when it comes to Pattinson and Stewart. In Touch understands that drama sells, so it writes stories in which the couple is either (1) in crisis or (2) getting married. But just like the last dozen stories on their future together, the magazine is totally wrong when it comes to Pattinson and Stewart.

Gossip Cop is told the Twilight stars have no immediate engagement plans, regardless of what their characters happen to be doing. They’re just happily dating and living the drama-free lives the tabloids can’t stand.

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