"People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product," she tells the magazine. And that was gross to me." K-Stew, who reconciled with Rob after the Rupert Sanders saga, says her view on dating as a famous person isn't about hiding: "It's that I don't want to become part of a story for entertainment value." K-Stew's interview also includes a sweet moment involving her private Instagram account and her scrolling through photos of her and girlfriend Alicia Cargile."Look how cute she is," she says during the interview."We've broken up a couple of times and gotten back together and this time I was like, 'Finally, I can feel again.'"Follow Peggy on Twitter.
“[Taylor] already reached out to her to offer support and to remind her that it’s out of her control and not to beat herself up about the past,” the source stated.“[Taylor] already reached out to her to offer support and to remind her that it’s out of her control and not to beat herself up about the past,” a source close to the friends told Hollywood EXCLUSIVELY.“He found out about Rob’s engagement just like everybody else, on the Internet, and as soon as he heard about it he reached out to Kristen.” “He’s been there with her throughout all the ups and downs with Rob and totally understands how the news is playing with her head,” the source explained."I love her so much." The magazine cautions: "Other affection comments are unprintable; Stewart swears like a trucker." According to K-Stew, dating girls changed the way she carried her relationships in public."[I]t seemed like there was an opportunity to represent something really positive.