After spending months apart, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson may be rekindling their romance ... again.
The former couple was spotted leaving Robert Pattinson's Beverly Hills home on Friday (Nov. 1) after reportedly spending four hours together. Stewart was photographed leaving Pattinson's gated community in her blue Toyota pickup truck while Pattinson followed close behind her in his silver Jeep.
But once the pair realized they were being followed by photographers, Pattinson reportedly turned around and headed back to his pad while an obviously upset Stewart gave paparazzi the middle finger.
Stewart and Pattinson dated for three years before officially ending things in May. Although they tried to work things out following Stewart's cheating scandal in July 2012, the former "Twilight" co-stars decided to go their separate ways.
"There was lots of animosity after the split, but as time moved on they moved on and they gradually got over it," a source told E! News. "They are cordial now."
According to reports, the duo spent Saturday (Nov. 2) together as well, celebrating Dia de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.
Clarification: Language has been amended to reflect that Dia de los Muertos is not celebrated exclusively in Mexico.
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