Dec 19, 2016 10:09 AM EST

St. Vincent Broke It Off With Kristen Stewart To Marry Cara Delevingne? ‘Twilight’ Star Has Moved On And Is Now Dating Stella Maxwell

Kristen Stewart's romantic days with St. Vincent and the year 2016 have two things in common - it went incredibly fast and is now ending. Reports say that the singer and songwriter, Annie Clark, who is famously known as St. Vincent had officially broken it off with Kristen Stewart and came running back to Cara Delevingne.

Reports from Blasting News indicated that Kristen Stewart was just recently seen being intimate with model Stella Maxwell. The rumored couple was even seen dating in Georgia in which where Stewart is filming her upcoming movie "Savannah."

Jobs & Hire also stated that Stella Maxwell was the one who dropped off to Georgia to pay Stewart a visit and stayed there for a couple of days to be with Stewart. Does this mean that the ex-couple have broken up earlier this month and does this also mean that the "Twilight" star has already moved on from her recent ex-lover, St. Vincent? What fans also wants to know if the ex-couple, ended things smoothly - no one is certain about this yet and this will forever remain a question until one of them speaks up.

The 34-year old musician, on the other hand, was also seen spending time with ex-girlfriend Cara Delevingne and they looked pretty close to only be labeled as friends. The former couple broke up during summer before Stewart and St. Vincent started dating exclusively. Reports claim that the previously Victoria's Secret Angel is finally tying the knots with ex-girlfriend St. Vincent. According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, the 24-year old model was spotted rocking a diamond and sapphire ring, in which was assumed as an engagement ring. The two had always kept mum and quiet whenever they're asked whether they're really engaged or not and if the rumor is for real that's only leaving people to wonder.

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