Robsten fans have something to smile about this morning. According to a new report from Life & Style, the former “Twilight” film stars are rekindling their three-year romance following their rumored split earlier this year.

According to the magazine, the former couple discussed the idea of exclusively dating again and even brought up the topic of marriage during a recent romantic getaway to Palm Springs. “They went away together to discuss their future and decided that they can’t live without each other,” a friend close to the pair revealed to the magazine, adding, “Marriage was definitely a topic of conversation.”

The news comes just a month after Stewart was spotted reuniting with Pattinson, 27, in Los Angeles, and the insider claims that the on-screen-turned-off-screen lovers are now taking serious measures to make their relationship work. “They are inseparable and 100 percent back on. I wouldn’t be surprised if they just suddenly eloped!” said the source, who claimed Stewart, 23, is the most invested in the duo’s plans. “Kristen is adamant that they should fully commit and move forward. Of course, she was the one who suggested running off to get married.”

Following the announcement of their rumored marriage plans, the insider revealed that the couple’s mutual friends are concerned that the couple is rushing into holy matrimony. According to the report, the actor's friends are weary about Pattinson reuniting with Stewart following their abrupt split in May and her alleged affair with her married “Snow White and the Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders in 2012. “Their relationship was so toxic. All his friends are just praying he doesn’t give her what she wants,” said the source.

So what happened to Pattinson’s rumored girlfriend, Dylan Penn? According to a report from Us Weekly on Oct. 11, the 22-year-old model wasn’t comfortable with dating the Hollywood A-lister despite being the daughter of two actors, Sean Penn and Robin Wright. “She doesn't want to be known as Rob's girlfriend,” a source revealed, adding, "She's afraid to get serious with him and lose her privacy."