Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are reportedly mulling over the possibility of getting back together, which is good news for Stewart, who has reportedly been completely distraught and on the verge of an emotional breakdown since news of her cheating scandal went public.
Weeks ago sources claimed the 22-year-old actress wasn't sleeping and would stay up all night crying, nearing a total meltdown. The actress was upset enough that she started seeking professional help to deal with her issues, according to a new report from OK! Magazine (via HollywoodLife).
"As for Kristen, this is far and away the most devastating thing that’s ever happened to her. She’s getting counseling, but she feels like the only thing that would make her happy would be if Rob would take her back," an insider revealed to the magazine.
If the source's claims are to be believed then the actress is likely over the moon at the possibility that she and Pattinson may be a couple once more, and a second source close to Pattinson told OK! that "Breaking Dawn: Part 2" executives at Summit Entertainment are allegedly so desperate for the couple to reconcile, they are even considering funding couples' counseling.
While that sounds like a stretch, it was reported that studio executives have been hoping Pattinson can forgive Stewart for cheating on him and will get back together with her. The couple met on the set of the first "Twilight" movie back in 2008, and their romance offscreen has played a huge role in the obsessive fan-driven success of the film franchise.
With the film's theatrical release set for November, the couple's possible reconciliation would undoubtedly make producers very happy.