The entertainment blogosphere is literally atwitter with news that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are apparently a true life couple after all. While it seems a bit odd that Rob and Kristen have made such an effort to hide their liason (although it has been a PR bonanza), the weirdest recent incident revolves around one of the many who’s spied them out.
And who is that? A Conservative British politician, Nicholas Clark, British Council member, who, spotting the couple at a cozy meeting in a London pub, tweeted about them repeatedly, down to the “on the lips” part. (As if Rob and Kristen didn’t have enough trouble with paparazzi, now they have to worry about British council members.)
Doesn’t the guy have something better to do? (Okay, okay don’t I have something better to do? Yes, but my excuse is that I’m not British and I’m trying to keep up a daily blog.)
Seriously, what happened to the famous British reserve? The minding of one’s own business.
Clark later apologized “2” the couple, an apology which, it seems, was also made by Twitter (unless he habitually substitutes numbers and letters for words.)
To satisfy the insatiable demands of the followers of this blog for news of Robsten, I tried to do a little independent research re Clark. I had a very hard time finding a Nick or Nicholas or Nicolas Clark (there are several spellings of the name in the Robsten articles) who is a councilmember. But I have found a Nick Clarke, a conservative Councilmember for the county of Fulborne in Cambridgeshire, who (believe it or not!) has a blog of his very own. Aha!
(P.S. if Nick Clarke, Cambridgeshire, is the wrong Nick Clark, many apologies.)