Has baby fever bitten Kristen and Robert?

Getty Images file photosReel life: Playing parents in the “Twilight” series has allegedly inspired Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.

Oh, OK! magazine. The tabloid’s latest cover story, once again, appears to be more “Twilight” fan fiction than actual reporting. Allegedly, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were so taken by playing parents in the film franchise’s final installment that they’re now ready to start a family in real life — and, trumpets the cover, “Rob’s already written a lullaby”!

“‘Breaking Dawn 2’ changed them and made them realize it’s something they’re ready for sooner [than] they thought,” an alleged insider told the tabloid. “They’ve known for a long time that they wanted kids, but always thought of it as something they would do down the line — but then they shot this movie and they started imagining being parents together.”

Supposedly, the pair plan to marry later this year — but are telling pals they’d be fine with K-Stew getting knocked up ASAP.

“In rehearsals, they would talk a lot about having a baby and all of their feelings about what sort of parents they’d like to be,” said an on-set source. “Bill [Condon, the director] was one of the first to notice how maternal Kristen is. And it wasn’t just Kristen — Rob was so protective of Mackenzie [Foy, the actress playing their daughter]. He totally jumped into the daddy role.”

So playing the parents of a half-vampire who essentially kills her mother in childbirth inspired them to become parents? Oh, OK!

Natalie’s Wedding


Despite speculation that Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied have already married in secret, the parents of son Aleph, 1, have actually set a wedding date of Aug. 5, according to In Touch magazine.

The couple, who fell in love as he choreographed the ballet scenes for her Oscar-winning role in “Black Swan,” “will marry in Big Sur,” a source in the California area dished. “It’s one of Natalie’s favorite places — whenever she needs a break from L.A., she comes here to escape.”

Although they already “exchanged rings in private prior to Aleph’s birth,” sparking the secret-wedding rumors, the actress and the dancer allegedly have yet to make it official.

“This wedding is for their closest friends and family” — about 60 of them, said the source. “It will be a very relaxed affair. They’re not sending out invites. Natalie may not even buy a new dress!”

Oh, come on! Celebrities have a responsibility to support the economy by buying expensive wedding dresses so the designer can brag about the 60,000 hand-sewn crystals their underlings toiled over, then sell machine-made knockoffs to the masses!

Somber Tom


The mood on Tom Cruise’s 50th birthday was “somber” and “just very, very sad,” a source told People magazine.
How lonely was the actor about Katie Holmes leaving him and taking daughter Suri with her? Well, reportedly, he actually spent the day with his two older children.

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