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Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson 'in a magical place'
In Hollywood where celebrity break-ups make up half the news, Robert Pattinson is a one of a kind. He not only forgave Kristen Stewart for her 'momentary indiscretion' but sources say that the couple is in a 'magical place right now' post-cheating scandal. So much so, that both of them are almost living together and to paint the happy picture that they are, both of them also organised a Christmas tree decoration in Stewart's Los Feliz home.

THEY INVITED some friends to the private affair and decorated the Christmas tree on Sunday. The couple is spending as much time together as they can before Robert goes away for his next shoot in January. As per, a friend of the couple said, “They are not living with each other but they are spending plenty of time with each other and they do sleep over often. Rob usually sleeps over at Kristen's new home in Los Feliz, rather than the other way around.”

Kristen Stewart, in one of her interviews, also apologized to her fans for her actions, saying that she knows that they might be angry at her and that it was not her intention. After a rough time where it almost seemed that they were over, the couple managed to pull things back and although they are not officially back together, it is an open secret that they are not ready for any other person in their life.

Another friend of the couple said, “They are in a really magical place right now despite some lingering trust issues on Rob's side.” One cannot fault the man for that but only applaud him for giving another chance to their relationship, a trait rarely found these days.

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