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Kristen used video montage to win Rob back

2012-10-30 22:36

Los Angeles - Kristen Stewart won back Robert Pattinson with a video montage of their happiest moments together reports The Sun newspaper.

The couple, who play on screen lovers Edward Cullen and Bella Swan in the Twilight Saga series, have rekindled their romance after Kristen had an affair with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, but it took a lot of grovelling and effort from Kristen to convince the Robert to take her back.

The touching video comprised of photos and footage of their life together made Robert realise he didn't want to throw their relationship away.

A friend of Kristen, 22, told The Sun newspaper: "She sent Robert the film after bombarding him with hundreds of texts, emails and answer phone messages.

'You'll make mistakes'

"It was a last-ditch attempt at getting him back and she spent ages making the video montage using hundreds of photos and hours of home film footage of nights out and holidays."

It would seem that Google Chrome's recent advert, which sees a man begging for his ex-girlfriend's forgiveness through a film, inspired the actress as she chose the same approach to try and gain Rob's forgiveness.

The source added: "It was just like the Google Chrome ad, as she cut-and-pasted lines from love poems to connect it all together."

The pair have been spotted out several times since they got back together, most recently at a Prince concert in Los Angeles last week, and Kristen recently spoke about how she has learned a valuable lesson from her mistake.

"You have to be OK with your own fears. If you're an honest person you'll make mistakes, but it'll be OK. The most interesting things happen after making mistakes," Kristen said. publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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