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Robert Pattinson needs a break from all this drama. Following Kristen Stewart's public apology for her affair with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, People is reporting that Pattinson has moved out of the home he shares with the actress (likely on a temporary basis since he reportedly owns the house).
A source tells the magazine that Rob, 26, has left the Los Angeles abode, is in seclusion, and is "heartbroken and angry" over his longtime girlfriend's betrayal. Stewart, 22, is reportedly "devastated" by his reaction.
"I'm not sure they'll be able to recover from this," the insider says of the Twilight costars.
In her apology statement, issued on Wednesday, Stewart described the affair as a "momentary indiscretion" that has "jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob." She then added of her beau of four years, "I love him, I love him, I'm sorry."
Sanders, who is 41 and married with two children, also issued a public apology for "the pain I have caused my family."
Now that both parties have confirmed the affair, the press has been searching for any clues they might have missed about the director and star's elicit relationship. Today, a series of photos has turned up of Kristen and Rupert enjoying a friendly dinner on a Berlin promotional tour in May. She does look pretty captivated by him, but the photos may be misleading: a video taken at the same dinner clearly shows that Kristen's Snow White costar Charlize Theron is seated in between Stewart and Sanders. It's basically impossible to tell if Stewart was making googly eyes at Sanders, or just reacting to something Theron said.
Photos have also emerged of Stewart looked sad and disheveled in public on July 19, two days after paparazzi captured her tryst with Sanders. (Really, though, "sad and disheveled" isn't an unusual look for Kristen.)
Another tidbit unearthed by the press is an interview with Sanders' wife Liberty Ross, published in the South African magazine YOU just two weeks ago. In the article, the fashion model (who had a supporting role -- as Stewarts mother! -- in Snow White) talked about the difficulty of relocating from London to Los Angeles so that her husband could be a Hollywood director.
"Moving here and starting a life all over again was a lot harder than I had anticipated. I just didn't think it would be as isolating and daunting as it turned out to be," Ross admitted.
"I would never say out loud that I am raising my children alone, but a lot of the time it has felt like that," she added, bemoaning Sanders' busy Hollywood schedule.
However, she told the publication that their marriage was now "amazing," because "we rode through the really hard times and we stuck it out."
Stewart did not apologize to Sanders' family in her public statement, but is reportedly writing a private apology letter to Ross.
"Kristen didn't feel it was appropriate to issue a public apology to Liberty once the story of her affair with Rupert broke," a source told RadarOnline. "Kristen feels she made a terribly naive mistake and will do anything to make amends. The fact that Liberty and Rupert have two kids has now dawned on her and she feels awful for what she did."
Pattinson has not spoken out publicly about the scandal. However, he did give a shockingly relevant interview to Italian Vanity Fair this past spring.
"Life is not black and white... But there's a thing I've never got: That is, why do people cheat?" Pattinson asked the magazine. "I'm not the casual-affair kind of guy. If I choose to be with someone, it's because I really want it."