Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart Wedding in Australia? 'Full-Speed Ahead,' Says Source
on Jan 31, 2013 03:30 PM EST
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart intend to take their relationship to the next level, with reports stating that they plan to get married in Australia.
A source told OK! that although the couple previously "called it off," Pattinson and Stewart are "heading for the altar again." The magazine's latest issue featured the couple on the cover with the headline "The Wedding Is Back On!"
The couple are "once again heading full-speed toward the altar - a wedding that may well take place in Australia," said the source. "Rob and Kristen did temporarily delay their wedding plans for a short while. They were both overwhelmed by all the hype and pressure surrounding their relationship, plus Kristen also found the actual wedding planning process quite overwhelming."
Wedding preparations may begin when Stewart visits Pattinson after he completes filming so she can "linger in Oz well after 'The Rover' wraps," the source added. "Perhaps long enough for both a wedding and, possibly, all the way through their honeymoon."
"They were toying with either Canada or somewhere tropical like Bali or Fiji for the wedding, but Rob thinks one of the private islands in Australia is the way to go," claimed the source.
The insider also leaked the couple's honeymoon ideas.
The news comes amid reports that Stewart tried keeping the couple's romance alive by Skyping steamy sessions with Pattinson in the nude until she can join him, and that she plans to visit him in February for Valentine's Day.
"She's flying to Oz for Valentine's Day," a source told Now. "Until then, they'll Skype."
"With Skype, they'll share their day with each other and flirt outrageously," another insider close to the couple reportedly told OK! "Kristen loves coming on [screen] wearing one of his shirts or even his boxer shorts and nothing else. As she often says, she does love getting into his pants!"
Actor Zac Efron attends a press conference for 'High School Musical' at the State Theatre on May 25, 2006 in Sydney, Australia.
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