Robert Pattinson is reportedly enjoying his single life following his split with Kristen Stewart.
Robert Pattinson is reportedly enjoying his single life following his split with Kristen Stewart.Reuters

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's on-again, off-again relationship has finally hit rock bottom, but their past continues to haunt them. Now, grapevine has it that Kristen wanted to date director Rupert Sanders after his divorce from model-actress Liberty Ross.

Both Kristen and Sanders had issued separate public apologies after the news of their affair surfaced in July 2012, costing them their respective relationships. Kristen parted ways with Pattinson and Ross filed for divorce on grounds of infidelity.

Surprisingly, a report by Hollywood Life claimed that Kristen had real feelings for Rupert and she wanted to date him again after his wife had filed for divorce. But their second meeting didn't last long. Rupert stopped seeing Kristen after the second time they met, according to a report by OK! magazine.

The latest report contradicts Kristen's emotional apology to then boyfriend Robert Pattinson for cheating on him.

Sanders separated from his wife of 10 years after the news of his affair with the Twilight star surfaced. They have two children together.

Robert and Kristen also severed ties with each other after the latter made a public apology for the affair, but they reunited after a couple of months. However, it is reported that they recently decided to part ways after months of speculations of a breakup.

This time, Kristen can expect the worst as Robert seems to be in no mood to get back to her. He recently talked about his relationships and career in a recent interview with Style magazine, giving a hint that he wants to move on.  

"I don't ever feel the need to forgive or expect people to be. I judge people on their actions. I don't really care if it's wrong or right, I give them the benefit of the doubt. If they do something I can't be bothered to deal with, I just cut them out," he told the magazine, according to a NY Daily News report.