According to Gossip Cop's article:
Of course, the same magazine said the same thing two and a half years ago.
That’s because OK! generally has terrible Stewart-Pattinson sources and is now printing nonsense about the couplemore and more often.
In any case, the tab’s latest report claims that Stewart has been anxious to marry Pattinson and start a family, supposedly waiting for him to get past their recent troubles and give her the proverbial green light.
“Rob finally caved this week!” announces an OK! “insider,” adding, “They were talking about their future and Rob told her that as long as she stays true to him, he’s willing to have a baby with her.”
The mag says Stewart was overwhelmed.
“She feels like she’s getting a second chance at life,” explains the tab’s source. “When Rob broke up with her she felt like she was dying, so now that they’re back in such a good place and back to planning their family, she feels alive again.”
OK! then just starts throwing stuff against the wall.
There’s the predictable discussion about how Stewart and Pattinson’s on-screen roles as parents gave them baby fever, the couple’s alleged decision to raise the child in England, and a fake mock-up of the nursery they’re purportedly planning.
Of course, there’s the requisite wedding talk, too.
“If Kristen has her way, they’ll be married by the time the baby arrives,” reveals the OK!insider, apparently unaware that the magazine has been publishing phony “wedding” stories about Stewart and Pattinson for years.
As Gossip Cop has pointed out before, Stewart and Pattinson merely being together and happy has never been satisfactory for the gossip press.
That’s why stories about the duo continue to cycle through sensationalized drama — wedding! baby! breakup! studio conspiracy! — in a bid to stir the pot.
OK! has been as guilty of this pattern as any magazine in recent years, and its “new” cover story is just more of the same.
A source close to the situation assures Gossip Cop there’s “absolutely no truth” to the baby/wedding chatter.