Kristen Stewart 'Regrets' Cheating on Robert Pattinson, Misses His 'Amazing Love'
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The 'Personal Shopper' actress allegedly 'misses what an amazing love' the both of them shared when they were together.

AceShowbiz - It's been five years since Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's romance crumbled following her cheating scandal with Rupert Sanders. People may think that the "Twilight" former couple has moved on as they've been in multiple relationships following the split. However, it appears it's not the case for Kristen.

The "Snow White and the Huntsman" actress reportedly "sometimes struggles with regret when she thinks about her relationship with Rob," according to a source close to her. She allegedly was left with regret over how things ended between them after photos of her making out with the then-married director of the 2012 film made their way out online.

"Her feelings about how things ended between them has changed over the years and as she has matured," the source goes on telling HollywoodLife.com. "She has been able to see her mistakes more clearly and feels bad about how everything ended."

"She misses what an amazing love they shared, especially when she hears about how happy he seems with Suki [Waterhouse]," the source adds. "It stings to hear that Rob may be deeply in love with another woman because, even though she has moved on too, Kristen still thinks about Rob all the time."

Rob and Suki Waterhouse sparked dating rumors after being spotted partying at The Chiltern Firehouse night club in London on October 30. "The Lost City of Z" star, who split from FKA twigs at the end of 2017, and the British model getting cozy next to her in the backseat of a vehicle. Priot to that, the two were photographed passionate make-out session.

As for Kristen, she came out as bisexual after her Rob split. She was romatically linked to Alicia Cargile, Stephanie Sokolinski and St. Vincent among other before dating model Stella Maxwell.

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