Robert Pattinson Leads Others to Sing Happy Birthday for Kristen Stewart
Robert Pattinson has made Kristen Stewart's 21st birthday even more merrier. According to Us Magazine, the "Water for Elephants" star led the "Twilight" cast and crew in singing Happy Birthday for his rumored girlfriend during a private party at Rockwell's Bar & Grill in Squamish, Vancouver last Saturday night, April 9.
Dishing on what happened during the bash, an insider shared that around 10 P.M., Kristen was presented with a "simple chocolate cake". It was then that "Rob led the crowd singing for her, and you could tell she was so embarrassed but in a cute way!" The inside source added that throughout the night, Rob was seen kissing her cheek "a bunch of times."
During the party, the guests were treated to oysters and passed foods. The insider added, "Everyone was in a good mood, but it was a bittersweet night [as filming is almost complete]." As for Kristen's birthday gift, another insider told the publication that the cast and crew presented her with a motorcycle.
"Rob was so excited for Kristen and they each took turns riding it," so claimed the source. "Kristen learned to ride a dirt bike in New Moon so they thought it would be appropriate. Rob was supervising as she sat on it to make sure she was ok. They looked like they were having a great time, and it will be something they can really enjoy!"
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