Robert Pattinson may not tie the knot this year, despite reports he’s planning to wed fiancée FKA Twigs in December.
After a rumor the “Twilight” star, 29, sent out save-the-date cards to guests for his wedding to Twigs, 28, whose real name is Tahliah Debrett Barnett, Gossip Cop reported the couple has not set a date. Metro launched the speculation, reporting Wednesday that friends and relatives of the famous couple had been notified their big day would take place at the end of the year, adding that Twigs is “excited about the wedding,” but is unsure about the type of affair they will have.
“She talks about keeping it real and low-key and then wants an elaborate glamourous baroque affair,” the U.K. publication reported. Its article noted the “Two Weeks” singer considered having a “masked ball” at one point during planning.
Pattinson and Twigs have been plagued by rumors about their wedding for months. In September, a source told Us Weekly they “couldn’t be better” in their relationship, despite speculation it might be on the rocks, but that getting married wasn’t their top priority. “Twigs is still enormously happy with Rob, and they aren’t rushing to have the wedding,” said one source.
While the private couple battles incorrect reports about their wedding day, they can find some peace knowing at least one of their fellow A-listers is not counting on an invite. Pattinson’s former “Twilight” co-star Kellan Lutz made it clear during an interview with Entertainment Tonight in February he didn’t think the actor would invite him. “I’m sure he’s going to be superselective,” Lutz said. “Do Rob and I talk on the phone? No. Would Rob be at my wedding one day? I don’t know if it be on the forefront of my mind to ask him.”
If Pattinson and Twigs choose not to get married this year, it would not exactly be a surprise as both are incredibly busy. Twigs has tour dates scheduled for the summer, and Pattinson has two films set to premiere soon. The British actor’s action-adventure-biography “The Lost City of Z,” which follows 1920s British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) as he travels the Amazon region in search of a rumored civilization, is due to premiere this year. There is no known release date for Pattinson’s crime-drama “Good Time,” but the movie is in post-production.