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Thu Dec 18 22:58:41 SAST 2014

Liberty Ross forgives Kristen Stewart

Bang Showbiz | 02 February, 2013 08:36
Director Rupert Sanders and actress Liberty Ross. File photo.

Rupert Sanders' wife Liberty Ross has reportedly decided to forgive Kristen Stewart for their fling.

Liberty Ross is no longer upset with Kristen Stewart over her fling with Rupert Sanders.

The 34-year-old model and actress was devastated when her husband cheated on her with the 22-year-old actress but after filing for divorce she has decided to put the whole thing behind her.

A source told HollywoodLife: "The good thing about Liberty is that she's not upset anymore. She's had time to get over the initial shock and awe of it when it was exposed last year and the divorce was the nail in the coffin."

"That girl's extremely mature. She's handled all this public tragedy in her life with grace and humility for the sake of her children. I toast to her."

Ross' main priorities at the moment are her children, Sykla, seven, and Tennyson, five, and she is trying to get along with Rupert for their sake.

The insider added: "All she cares about right now are her children and her future. She's spoken to Sanders by phone and the conversations were all business - trying to discuss the arrangements for the children."


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