While Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s dating story has already ended, the tandem’s fans appear to be intimidating FKA Twigs.
FKA Twigs, whose real name is Tahliah Barnett, recently admitted the difficulties that came with dating someone as famous as Robert Pattinson.
While some think that FKA Twigs is feeling like a princess for capturing the heart of the “Water for Elephants” actor, she actually feels the other way around.
“It’s really hard – I can’t begin to explain how awful it is,” she told the New York Times .
“It makes you want to just stop everything sometimes.
It makes you want to smash your face into the mirror.” The musician is likewise aware that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s fans will never accept the fact that she is already the new lady love of the “Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire” actor.
What makes her struggle more complicated is that some fans cannot help but resort to posting racist attacks about her.
“There’s no amount of songs I can sing or dances I can dance that will prove to them I’m not a monkey,” she said.
Nonetheless, Robert Pattinson does not care how people react to his newfound romance.
To further prove his love for FKA Twigs, he is allegedly dismissing the idea of his fiancée signing a pre-nuptial agreement.
Despite having millions worth of fortune, the actor reportedly believes that such agreement ruins the idea of romance.
“Rob’s quite a traditionalist and is madly in love with her, so he doesn’t think it’s necessary.
He’s following his heart on this, rather than his head,” said another insider to Star magazine.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s supporters also have to bear with the fact that the actor reportedly gave his new fiancée an engagement ring worth £64,000.
Robert Pattinson reportedly popped the million-dollar question just after six months of dating FKA Twigs.
The publication’s source added that the couple is planning to tie the knot by the end of summer.
The source also claimed the pair plan to be married by the end of the summer.
The ceremony will reportedly be low-key in line with the bride-to-be’s preferences.