Kristen Stewart gave her boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, several items from his native country of England for his birthday on Monday.
Stewart knows that her on-and-off screen lover is not the glitzy type so she had a gift custom-made for him in his native country and will have it shipped to their home in time for his birthday on May 13.
"Rob's a normal guy, he wouldn't want a bling watch or a flashy car, so Kristen had a snooker table hand made for him," a source told Daily Star. "Rob loves a few cans of lager and a game with the lads. She's having it secretly put into their pool outhouse in Los Feliz."
The Cosmopolis star has reportedly been feeling homesick as of late so Stewart also had some of his favorite items from England shipped to him, including Heinz ketchup and British teabags, said the source.
Enstars reported that last month Pattinson didn't put a cap on his budget for Stewart's birthday on April 10. According to reports, he gave her a $40,000 Bentley Crew fountain pen and threw a party for her at Malo Taqueria Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles. Attendees shared details of the event and said the couple "looked so in love."
At the fete thrown to celebrate her 23rd birthday, guests ate a variety of Mexican dishes, with both meat and vegetarian options. The Twilight stars ordered zucchini blossoms all night for their vegan guests.
"They had a ton of margaritas, lots of spicy cucumber drinks which Malo is famous for and lots of sangria which is what Kristen usually orders," a partygoer told Hollywood Life. "They ate ground beef and pickle tacos, chips and guacamole, lobster tacos, and pork carnitas."
The party's music selection included a variety from "indie rock, (to) lots of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Father John Misty," the source also said. "It got pretty loud, it was a great party!"
Pattinson doled out tons of cash on a limited-edition pen for his girlfriend who is an avid pen collector. He bought her a limited edition white gold Tibaldi Bentley Crewe fountain pen, and he had her name engraved on it with the year and wording "From R," another source told Daily Star.
"The pens have a two-tone 18-carat yellow gold nib covered in rhodium and ruthenium... The barrel is identical to Bentley's dashboard used in their earliest car," the source added.
There are reportedly only 40 other pens like it in existence that is associated with the Bentley car company.