Robert Pattinson ‘showing no sadness’

Robert Pattinson spent Monday night relaxing with friends at a Hollywood nightclub and didn’t appear to give his ex-girlfriend Kristen Stewart a second thought.

Robert Pattinson didn’t show “a trace of sadness” about his breakup during a recent night out.

The Twilight star and his partner Kristen Stewart are understood to have called time on their romance earlier this month. They struggled to get things back on track after Kristen was unfaithful last year and Robert is also said to have grown tired of her moods.

He has now removed his things from the home they shared together and on Monday was seen enjoying a raucous evening with friends. The star’s group partied at Teddy’s nightspot at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, with Robert apparently not having a care in the world.

“He sat on the couch at his table and sipped on multiple vodka cocktails throughout the evening," an insider told People. "You’d never know he had just gone through a breakup. He was smiling the entire night and was in a really good mood. There wasn’t a trace of sadness on his face.”

The 27-year-old star and his pals arrived at around 1am, with Robert looking relaxed in jeans, a white T-shirt, a leather jacket and a cap on backwards. He went pretty much unnoticed during the evening and appeared intent on having fun with his buddies.

“He spent most of the night chatting with a brunette," the source added. "There was definitely some flirting going on but it was all just talking, there was nothing physical going on between them and they never touched each other.”

Kristen has also been spending time with pals following the split and on Monday is thought to have gone to country star Taylor Swift’s house. She was spotted being driven by a friend, with the pair said to have headed to Taylor’s home for the whole day.

The former couple have been on-and-off for around a year, following Kristen’s admission of an affair with married film director Rupert Sanders.

“She tried, they both tried," an insider explained to Us Weekly. "They’re both good people. It was just not the right thing for either of them right now.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013

Wednesday, 22. May 2013