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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart: Reconciling after reunion?

Perhaps the sun hasn’t set on Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s “Twilight Saga” love affair.

The actors have reportedly reunited following a very public fling between Stewart and director Rupert Sanders, with rumors of reconciliation ahead for the on-screen Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. 

We can assume Pattinson hasn’t seen Stewart since late July, when the “Cosmopolis” star moved out of the Los Feliz home he shared with her. 

His departure came thanks to a series of published photographs showing Stewart and Sanders kissing and cuddling in public.

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They came together last weekend, People magazine reports, as breaking up was “easier said than done ... and clearly harder than expected,” according to a source.

PHOTOS: Rob and Kristen through the years

Stewart hasn’t been shy about her remorse over the fling, apologizing publicly, with many reports saying she and Sanders never had a sexual relationship.

“They’re working it out,” Us Weekly reports, saying Pattinson can’t shake his feelings. "He’s still in love with her." 

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The Ministry reminds everyone to be cautious: Let’s not forget these two have “Breaking Dawn Part 2" opening in November, which will require a worldwide promotional push. The reported meeting could simply have been paving the way for a civil press tour.

But would you like to see Rob and Kristen rekindle the flame? Tell us in comments.  

ALSO:

Kristen Stewart cheating scandal: A timeline

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The Kristen Stewart post-breakup interview that wasn’t

Robert Pattinson: Anatomy of a rebound (and ice cream etiquette)

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