Just when Kristen Stewart thought her relationship drama was over, her affair was back in the headlines last week after the director she had a fling with Rupert Sanders announced he was splitting from wife of 10 years Liberty Ross.
The 'Twilight' star's fling with the married 41 year-old last summer was blamed for the split of the couple, who have two children together, six months later bringing up old memories.
According to Heat magazine Kristen even reached out to Sanders, who she met on the set of 'Snow White and The Huntsman', recently while Robert Pattinson was away filming in Australia.
A source told the magazine: “Kristen was feeling low - the lowest she's ever felt – when Rob flew to Australia. She doesn't have a huge circle of friends. Rob was the closest person to her.
“So, when he left, she reached out to Rupert to see if he was OK and suggested meeting for a coffee.”
The pressure of having the couple's divorce on her conscience reportedly made her reach out to Sanders, but it didn't go down well with boyfriend Rob.
They went on: “It seemed like Kristen was just blindly trying to do something to ease her pain. When Rob found out she'd contacted Rupert through a mutual friend, he was upset that Kristen would even go there.
“He wasn't jealous, he was just incredulous. It seems Kristen had no chance with him now.”
Rupert Sanders with estranged wife Liberty Ross: Couple split six months after fling with K Stew (WENN)
While we're sure Kristen felt bad about the end of Sanders' marriage, we just can't see her meeting up with Rupert and jeopardising her relationship with Rob. Following the publications of pictures of Kristen kissing Rupert last summer, she released a heart felt statement begging for forgiveness.
"I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected," the actress said at the time.
"This momentary indiscretion has jeopardised the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry."