Okay, so, Buzznet, it's been awhile, but I have to weigh in on this topic. Everyone has had to deal with the nauseating coverage of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattison ever since they started filming the very first Twilight movie all those years ago. I'm really not a fan of Kristen Stewart but I have grown to like Rob Pattinson after seeing him in something that has nothing to do with sparkly vampires.
Yesterday the rumors started circulating that Kristen had cheated on Rob with the director of Snow White and the Huntsman, Rupert Sanders. At first, I thought it was kind of a ridiculous idea. She and Rob seriously seemed solid and there was the fact that Kristen is just 22 years old and Rupert Sanders is 41, married and has two children.
But no, apparently is IS true. I've seen the pictures and read the apologies from both sides and all I can say is: WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU TWO?
Cheating is never okay. Never. It's not okay when you're sixteen and in high school and it's not okay when you're an adult, especially not if you have kids involved.
Kristen, you've been with Rob for, what, four years now? You said in your apology: "I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry." Here's an update, honey: cheating is never a mistake. It takes a decision on your part and whether you regret it now or not, the point is, you chose what you chose. You hurt the person you're with, the person you love, and you need to live with what happens because of that.
I hadn't even heard Rupert Sanders' name until yesterday, but I'm pretty disgusted on his part. You're married and you have two kids. It would be bad enough to learn your dad was having an affair but imagine how these poor kids feel having it shoved down their throats from every angle? Rupert Sanders says that his "beautiful wife and heavenly children are all I have in this world. I love them with all my heart." Whatever you say, boss.
Excuse me if I seem cold-hearted right now, but this is a subject that really gets to me: being married and having a family means you have to think about others before you think of yourself. You both chose to be selfish and act without thinking about what the impact would be if you did. People don't just get over that kind of betrayal and you shouldn't expect them to forgive you right away (if they can forgive you at all).
Sorry if I'm being a bitch, but Kristen Stewart and Rupert Sanders deserve whatever comes to them at this point. It's like my mom always says: cheaters never prosper.