Rumor has it that Robert Pattinson has planned a super romantic European honeymoon for his reported bride to be, Kristen Stewart. After their rumored fall wedding, the couple will take off on a dream trip. The details sound heavenly. In fact, they sound even better than Edward Cullen and Bella Swan's Brazilian Breaking Dawn honeymoon idyll.
According to OK! Magazine, Rob and Kristen will marry in the fall, and then they'll go On The Road with a worldwide honeymoon trip starting in Europe. Reportedly, Rob has planned the whole trip and he's keeping KStew pretty much in the dark. Nevertheless, she can hardly wait.
"Rob hasn't told Kristen every detail about what he wants to do in Europe," revealed a source, "but she's totally excited."
And who wouldn't be? Robsten will kick off their dream honeymoon in the City of Light where Rob wants to kick off his new career as a cordon bleu chef. Seriously. the Twilight heart-throb reportedly wants to "rent the couple's favorite restaurant, Sardegna a Tavola, and cook [her] a meal with the chefs!"
Okay. Good luck with that, Rob. After Paris, RPattz and KStew will return to the Isle of Wight, which is their equivalent of a lover's lane. It's Robsten's "trademark vacation spot because they've had so many romantic moments there."
Next, the Ã¼ber famous couple will duck Down Under too for surfing and camping in Australia. On the way, they'll stop to visit Bali. They plan to "rent an RV, throw their surfboards in the back and experience the place like locals."
Last but not least, the newly wed Pattinsons will sojourn in the beautiful city of Florence, Italy, where sources say, "Rob is ...planning on creating romantic memories."
Afterwards, the golden couple plan to set up housekeeping in their homes in London and L.A.
So, there you have it. Mr. and Mrs. Pattinson. Of course, rumors of Robsten's marriage have been around so long they have whiskers and bifocals, and they've all been greatly exaggerated. So is this time the charm? Will Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart really get married in the fall?
The respondents in a recent poll thought so, but by a very narrow margin. A 58.81 majority thinks they will marry because it's about time. 41.19 percent thinks they'll wait to tie the knot because it's too soon.
Too soon? They've been "dating" for 4 years. Maybe they should do it already--or get off the pot.
Oh well, what do you think?
Â© Hope Carson 2012