Hollywood heartthrob Robert Pattinson, who was left devastated when his girlfriend cheated on him, is ready to meet Kristen Stewart almost a month after their breakup.
Last month, the 22-year-old actress confessed about her cheating with "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, who is a married father of two children.
The actor has agreed to meet Stewart after she reportedly begged him to take her back, Hollywood Life reported.
According to reports, Pattinson reportedly felt sorry for Stewart and is ready to hear her side of the story in a face-to-face reunion, after the two spoke for over an hour over the phone.
"She begged to meet face to face so they could talk. It was obvious Kristen was getting through to Rob and he has agreed to see her," a friend told Look Magazine.
"In fact, he admitted that it must be worse for her because she's not just dealing with heartbreak, but being portrayed as a villain, while he gets all the sympathy," the friend said. "For the first couple of weeks he was wallowing in his own grief, but being forced to face people during this promo, and seeing how angry everyone is with Kristen, made him feel sad for her," the friend told the magazine.
Earlier, in order to rekindle her almost four-year-relationship with Pattinson, Stewart supposedly took the help his best friend and her "On The Road" co-star, Tom Sturridge.
Desperate to have Pattinson back in her life, Stewart decided to take help from his friends. "Kristen is really stressed out and nervous about making her first public appearance at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. But it's not the premiere that she is worried about, it's her pending conversation with her On The Road co-star Tom Sturridge," a friend of Stewart told Hollywood Life.
According to reports, if the actor does agree about giving a second chance to the relationship, then he might setup some "ground rules" with Kristen.
"If Rob decides to take her back, he'll have some ground rules. Kristen would have to spend more time in his hometown of London. He also would want them to adopt the Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt way of working - where they take it in turns to do a film so they can be around for time together," the friend told Look Magazine.