Robert Pattinson opens up about first dog with Kristen Stewart

Sunday, 11 November 2012 - 1:08am IST Updated: Sunday, 11 November 2012 - 1:09am IST | Agency: Bang Showbiz
The actor who recently reunited and moved back in with his girlfriend following her 'momentary indiscretion' with director Rupert Sanders in August has opened up about their first rescue puppy Bear and his pampered lifestyle.
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Robert Pattinson's first dog with Kristen Stewart was supposed to be a "big man's dog".

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 star - who recently reunited and moved back in with his 22-year-old girlfriend following her "momentary indiscretion" with director Rupert Sanders in August - has opened up about their first rescue puppy Bear and his pampered lifestyle.

He told The Ellen DeGeneres Show, "He was supposed to be a big man's dog. But he just kind of got stunted."

The couple of four years adopted the dog from a Louisiana shelter and the 26-year-old revealed that he instantly became a pampered pouch.

He said: "We were staying at the Four Seasons afterward. He didn't have any dog food so I got him a little plate of prosciutto." Robert's comments come just days after Kristen - who refers to Bear as her child - gushed about the couple's new dog Bernie and what it was like introducing him to Bear.

She said, "He's my child, I love him. I raised Bear, we got her when she was like... She (Bernie) was emotionally manipulative and really milked it, and I got her home and she was like 'I am fine'. She was taking Bear's stuff, I was like 'you need to slow your roll.'"

Despite moving forward with their relationship, Kristen and Rob both avoided questions about their current status earlier this week on the Today show.

But an insider revealed that the couple are spending most of their nights at Kristen's new $2 million home in Los Angeles which she bought after moving out of Robert's nearby Los Feliz home following her cheating scandal and were recently described as being back in a "magical place".




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