Update, 4/11/20: Kristen Stewart’s girlfriend, screenwriter Dylan Meyer, posted the couple’s first Instagram official picture collectively in celebration of Stewart’s 30th birthday on April 9.
“It’s my absolute favorite person’s birthday and I’m wishing everyone the volume of beautiful feeling I feel toward her,” Meyer wrote. “It’s a short ride on this earth, spend your time with someone that inspires you to be the best version of yourself and lights your shit on fire.“
The two have been relationship since late final summer time, after Stewart broke issues off along with her on-again-off once more girlfriend, Stella Maxwell.
Original, 8/28/19: E! received a uncommon glimpse into Kristen Stewart’s love life, her new relationship with screenwriter Dylan Meyer, and what is going on on between her and her on-off ex Stella Maxwell.
Stewart and Maxwell had been photographed kissing one another final month. They’re off once more for now, however that does not imply they’re off for good. E!’s supply mentioned that “it will always be very easy for Kristen to fall back with Stella because they have history and an attraction. The chemistry is there and they know each other so well.” The outlet identified that they’ve break up twice up to now 12 months alone.
For now although, Stewart is all in with Meyer. (Page Six has pictures of them kissing this month here.) “Kristen is spending time with Dylan and very happy about it,” the supply mentioned. “She was seeing Stella for a little bit while it worked, but now she has moved on with Dylan.” That supply added that Meyer and Stewart are “on both coasts together,” and their relationship has a pure ease.
“Kristen isn’t holding back at all and loves being with her,” the supply mentioned. “They are moving quickly and always together. “
Back in 2017, Stewart instructed Harper’s Bazaar UK that she has had real emotions for everybody she has publicly been with. “I’ve been deeply in love with everyone I’ve dated,” she mentioned. “Did you think I was faking it? I’ve always really embraced a duality. And really, truly, believed in it and never felt confused or struggling. I just didn’t like getting made fun of.”