Robert Pattinson news: Family likes FKA Twigs more than Kirsten Stewart? Adrian Butchart reportedly considering actor for next film

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Rumors have it that girlfriend of “Twilight” franchise star Robert Pattinson, British singer FKA Twigs, has the complete support of her beau’s family when it comes to their relationship.

According to The Inquistr, although plans for their upcoming wedding have been delayed multiple times, the Pattinson family is still excited to welcome Twigs as she has been a good influence on Robert.

The report shared that a source allegedly told OK! Magazine that the two share the same passion for music which Twigs excels in and has helped Pattinson further enjoy one of the defining features of their relationship. The source added that Twigs is instrumental in Pattinson’s growth and maturity as a better person, something that has reportedly been lacking when he was with ex-girlfriend, Kirsten Stewart.

“It’s actually made him into a much better person than he was when he was with Kristen, because it’s opened up this whole creative outlet for him. Rob is very open about telling people that this is the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with and his family couldn’t be more happier about it,” the source stated.

Meanwhile, Metro reported that Hollywood writer Adrian Butchart is considering Pattinson to potentially play as Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy in a film about the latter’s real life story.

The striker has been making headlines with his recent record-setting streaks. Vardy has scored 11 consecutive Premier League matches, breaking Ruud Van Nistelrooy’s number of goals.

His continuous rise as a player with his rags-to-riches tale was also the talk of the town as it inspired many fans and non-supporters alike. “It’s the kind of story that if we made it up, people wouldn’t believe it. His achievements are incredible and to break the Premier League record with such a sublime goal against the biggest club in football pushed him to the top of our agenda,” Butchard said regarding Vardy.