Robert Pattinson Pranks Kristen Stewart Over Rupert Sanders Rumours

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  • Robert Pattinson laughed in the face of fabricated reports that Kristen Stewart had met up with the director

    Robert Pattinson isn’t just a pretty face, he has a pretty impressive sense of humour too after he choose to laugh off reports that his girlfriend, Kristen Stewart met with Rupert Sanders in a restaurant car park in his own unique way.

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    The rumour mill went into overdrive after photos emerged last week of the Twilight actress getting into a car with a man who resembled Rupert Sanders in a restaurant car park. He later turned out to be the eatery’s valet and it appears it did nothing to harm Robert Pattinson’s relationship.

    So much so in fact he decided to take inspiration from Jeremy Kyle and ask Kristen to take a lie detector test, according to The Sun. Of course this was all a joke but he went as far as to mock up a message from a specialist who would test Kristen and prove she was telling the truth about that night.

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    A source told the newspaper: ‘Kristen and Rob have been getting along brilliantly recently. He just laughed when someone showed him those pictures – he knows the valet well and thought he would have some fun by setting up a lie detector test then asking Kristen to take part.

    ‘Luckily she saw the funny side of it.’

    Sometimes laughter is the best medicine!

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