Less than two months after the cheating scandal emerged that rocked the worlds of "Twilight" co-stars and real-life couple Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, the pair reunited to discuss the affair that tore them apart.
A source told People magazine that Stewart and Pattinson held a meeting in-person to discuss patching things up on Saturday, Sept. 15.
An insider close to the situation told the magazine that the pair will "be a couple again."
Pattinson was "completely heartbroken over the split," said another source. The British hunk apparently had difficulty staying alone because moving on is "easier said than done ... and clearly harder than expected."
Supported claims were made earlier by The Sun. A source told the British tabloid that the 22-year-old and 26-year-old have reconciled and are now back together again.
Pattinson has forgiven the beautiful brunette for her "really stupid mistake."
"They pretty much decided they couldn't live without each other," said the insider. "Kristen poured her heart out to Robert and told him it was a one-off and a mistake. Rob sees it as Kristen made a really stupid mistake. After a lot of long tearful talks, they've worked it out."
"Rob can see how truly sorry Kristen is and has totally forgiven her. They really do love each other. For now they are focusing on themselves," the source added.
Pattinson stepped out publicly to promote his recently released indie film, "Cosmopolis," but never addressed the status of their relationship.
Stewart stepped out on the red carpet for the first time since the affair on Thursday, Sept. 6, at the Toronto International Film Festival.
When the actress was asked how she and Pattinson would handle press obligations to promote the final "Twilight" film, set for release in November, the "Open Road" star said, "We're going to be fine."
We're totally fine," she added.
The People article which will run in the upcoming issue set to arrive on newsstand on Friday, Sept. 21.
The fourth "Twilight" movie, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," will arrive in theaters nationwide on Nov. 16.