RPatz and Twigs 'keeping schtum around T-Pain'

Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs reportedly already have some fun ideas for their wedding.

Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have reportedly vowed not to tell T-Pain about their wedding plans.

Earlier this week the rapper revealed that Robert and his girlfriend are engaged, after the pair started dating around September last year. Immediately realising he might have uttered sensitive information, T-Pain attempted to brush it off as an April Fool’s Day prank.

It’s thought the pair are planning the nuptials though, with both Robert and Twigs agreeing on one thing.

“They’re both having fun coming up with ideas,” an insider told the American edition of OK! magazine. “They’ll try to keep it secret – and will definitely keep T-Pain out of the loop!”

Robert and Twigs’ romance has moved quickly, with the pair already living together in Los Angeles. He’s also joined her on tour in the past and had apparently been ready to pop the question for some time. However, no sooner had he realised that his beloved felt the same way, than she proposed to him.

The pair are known to be very private about their relationship and apparently saw no reason why they should tell others about their engagement.

“They didn’t make this promise for anyone but themselves, so they don’t see the need to make a grand statement. They like to keep out of the spotlight as much as Rob’s career allows,” the source explained.

In line with the rest of their relationship, the couple aren’t thought to want to hang around with their wedding. They will be exchanging vows sooner rather than later, with previous reports suggesting Twigs wants something low-key in a pub. That has been backed up by another of OK! magazine’s sources, who claims the nuptials probably won’t be Stateside either.

“Rob misses England,” the insider said. “An over-the-top LA ceremony is the last thing either of them wants.”

Twigs has been open about struggling with the level of attention her relationship with Robert receives in the past. Although she finds it hard to take, she realises it comes with the territory.

“That side of my life [the paparazzi] is nothing to do with me… That is the… side of life of the man that I love… That is the opposite of who I am as a person, and it was weird… I look uncomfortable because I am uncomfortable. But then it’s, like, is this person in my life worth that? And he is, without question,” she told British newspaper The Guardian last year. “In comparison to how happy I am. And how I feel with him. It’s 100 per cent worth it.”
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Friday, 10. April 2015