Kristen Stewart’s Parents Divorcing

Sunday, September 2, 2012

KRISTEN Stewart‘s parents are getting divorced.

The actress’ mom, Jule Stewart, filed a divorce petition against the brunette actress’ father John Stewart — who she married 27 years ago — on August 17 at Los Angeles County Superior Court citing irreconcilable differences, according to TMZ.

Jules filed the documents herself without using a lawyer one month after her daughter was photographed embracing her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, despite dating her Twilight costar Robert Pattinson.

Kristen’s mother — who is a writer/director and has worked for Fox — says she has been estranged from John, a TV producer and stage manager, since June 15, 2010.

Meanwhile, Kristen has been spending her time out of the spotlight reflecting on her actions and turning to self-help and enlightenment books.

“Kristen is trying to find some inner peace within herself. And she is reading a lot. She has always been interested in philosophy and spirituality and she has been reading a lot of different books,” a source said.

“Strangely enough, the one author that has really been resonating with her is Gandhi, who she decided to find out more about after watching Eat, Pray Love.”[imagebrowser id=1067]


  • Tony Handley

    am not surprised that Kirsten is keeping a low profile – the media have a lot to answer to. Why dont they leave the couple alone to try and resolve their difficulties. Its almost like a crucifiction that Kirsten has been put through and for something relatively minor – we are all human and stray from the correct path from time to time. With all the stress she is under and the media has made it worse. Please, please give the poor girl a break.

    • Creepellaa

      I agree with you. Everyone makes mistakes. They need to talk and find out why she did it and fix the problem..i am a fan of both of them.

  • Cat

    Leave the girl alone. She aint my favorite but she aint the first to have a fling and she won’t be the last.

  • Toby

    Well I’m sorry to hear that.