Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were pictured together for the first time since their break up in Los Angeles earlier this week and sources now say that that isn't the only time that the pair met up, with reports saying that Rob and Kristen also met up to celebrate Dia de los Muertos together.
Just three days after they first met up, according to Hollywoodlife, the former Twilight couple also celebrated the Mexican holiday together, fuelling rumours that they could have rekindled their romance.
Rob and Kristen may not have spent Halloween together, but they did spend November 2 together to celebrate the Mexican version of Halloween in Los Angeles.
“Rob and Kristen went to check out the scene at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Saturday night, Nov. 2,” the source says. “There was a huge celebration for Dia de los Muertos with tons of costumes and bands. They just mixed in with the crowd and acted like a normal couple just hanging out.”
This isn't the first time that the couple have celebrated the holiday together, with them being snapped attending Maroon 5's Halloween party at the venue last year.
Rob and Kristen look loved-up pre split (WENN)
However, despite romance rumours, the showbiz duo are apparently just trying to be friends.
A source told E! News: "There was lots of animosity after the split, but as time moved on they moved on and they gradually got over it. They are cordial now."
Commenting on whether the star was looking for romance, the insider went on: "Rob is single. He doesn't want to date anybody right now,"
"Not Kristen, not anyone. He is really enjoying his life. I honestly believe they will not get back together. There is always a small chance something happens, but I highly doubt it."