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It’s official Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart go splitsville - moving truck spotted outside LA home

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Moving vans spotted outside their love nest
Is it Breaking Dawn or broken dreams?

If Breaking Dawn is the name of the final episode of the Twiglight saga, could Broken Dreams describe the breakup that seems to suggest that Robsten (the on-scree and off romance between Robert Pattinson and Kirsten Stewart) is finally over?

According to E! Online, moving trucks were spotted at Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's upscale home in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Bringing the movers in is never a good sign in a love affair, if you're moving out of your lovers house rather than into it.

Pattinson's home has been quiet as the crypt since the pretty boy British actor began hiding out there last week after news of the cheating scandal with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders broke.

Some tinsel town cynics have suggested that the romance was never real to begin with and that all of this drama is just a last minute attempt to inject some relevance into the flagging vampire franchise. Others consider that heresy and insist the trauma is real.

So the question is can Robsten be saved? Or will their romance end up the same way that their posh Hollywood pad is, abandoned and seemingly forgotten.

Both Twilight stars have been completely out of the public eye since the news broke.

A source close to Pattinson reportedly told People magazine that the 26-year-old is 'heartbroken and angry' and not currently in contact with Stewart.

We predict storms ahead.

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