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Robert Pattinson To Move Back To UK?



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Heartbroken heart throb Robert Pattinson is thinking about moving back to the UK in the wake of his very public break-up from Kristen Stewart.

“Twilight” star Pattinson (26) grew up in London. Now he is selling the Los Angeles home he once shared with Kristen Stewart and it seems that there’s no repairing their relationship after she was caught cheating on him with her married “Snow White and the Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders.

Rumor has it that sad and lonely Rob has been missing his family and friends and now he wants to relocate to be near them in London.

“Robert is thinking long and hard about returning to London,” a source close to the star revealed. “He’s selling his home in Los Angeles, not only because it holds bad memories, but because he wants a fresh start.

It’s true that moving to LA was more of a business decision than anything for Rob. He has never seemed as comfortable there as in his home city. When Kristen was shooting “Snow White and the Huntsman” in London, he visited her as much as he could, which makes it even more ironic that this is where she had her alleged “indiscretion” with Rupert Sanders.

According to reports, Robert listed the $6.3 million Los Feliz home because there are too many memories there.

But memories of home seem to be exactly what will help Rob heal his wounds.

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