It's been a full week since photographs of Kristen Stewart's infidelity surfaced, and now two U-Haul have been spoted in front of the "Robsten" mansion in Los Angeles, according to, so someone is probably moving out. The pair's real-life romance seems to be over.

Kristen admittedly cheated on Robert Pattinson, known to his fans as RPattz, with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders, 41.

Sander's is a married man with two children, not to mention that his wife, the actress Liberty Ross, appeared in his "Snow White" adaptation alongside his mistress.

The "Twilight" actress, best known for playing Bella Swan in the adaptation of the best-selling vampire series, confessed to cheating on her boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, by releasing an official statement to People on July 25:

"I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected. This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry."

But it didn't make a difference to Pattison. An insider told, "The entire thing has been such a blow to Rob. Talk about having his heart ripped out," shared a source. "Rob just isn't going to be able to get past the cheating -- one time or not."

Not only has Stewart lost her boyfriend of more than three years, but her career may be at risk.

"The only thing more stupid than being famous and cheating in public is admitting it and issuing a public apology," one publicist with many A-list clients told a Huffington Post writer. "Most celebrities are advised to ignore it or issue statements saying the pictures were taken out of context. Everyone in Hollywood is asking why she confessed to this so fast."

"This was career suicide," another weekly magazine told the writer. "Because of her statement, Us Weekly [which had the exclusive images] was up 25 percent in newsstand sales. The number guarantees the story will be on the weekly covers again this week. If Kristen thought the statement would get ahead of the story and suck the oxygen out of the fire, she is wrong. She just poured gas on the fire."

As if her career going down the tubes isn't bad enough because of her public statement, it didn't even help her win back Pattison.

"[Rob] was horrified that she issued a public apology to him. It was even more surprising because the two of them had this very specific personal agreement about not 'going public' with their relationship, until they both agreed it was the right time," a source told Perez Hilton. "To do it this way - apologizing for cheating on him - ended up being totally unacceptable."

It seems Stewart really blew it big time since Pattinson was allegedly ready to propose to her, multiple news sources reported.

Do you think Stewart will be able to salvage her career after her cheating scandal?