All my "trendiest" friends don't believe in marriage, and since Kristen Stewart is a skinny pant wearing, edgy indie actress, it makes sense.
She tells German magazine TVMovie: "I like the thought of two people staying together for the rest of their lives. For me, however, this doesn't need to be sealed with signatures."
I have a feeling Mr. Pattinson is gonna try and persuade her otherwise, especially since he's giving her jewelry that practically begs, "spend the rest of my life with me. Rob just gave Kristen a $40,000 antique gold and platinum locket with a personalized inscription that reads, "Even if you can't see me, my love for you is always there."
That's some "Titanic" love bullsh-t. Anyways, Kristen isn't the first star to dismiss marriage.
Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell: These two have been together for 27 years, so really wants the point of getting married now? They seem to be growing strong despite the cryptic anti-marriage sentiment by Hawn, "I wake up every day knowing I can walk out at any moment. It's [that knowledge] that keeps things fresh."
Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt: The hunky mad men star has been with his girlfriend for twenty years but insists, "I don't have the marriage chip, and neither of us have the greatest examples of marriages in our families. But Jen is the love of my life, and we've already been together four times longer than my parents were married." What's this "marriage chip" he speaks of? And how do I know if I have it?
Oprah and Stedman Graham: Oprah may be a wonder woman, but she aint no blushing bride. Her and Stedman Graham have been together for years but she straight up told Piers Morgan earlier this year, "I'm not getting married." She joked that if you feel the urge to get married you should just "throw yourself a party and get yourself a really nice gown."
Halle Berry: Halle Berry may be a hot MILF but she's already been married twice and I guess is just over it. She once said, "I no longer feel the need to be someone's wife and I don't need the validation of a marriage certificate."
Diane Keaton: Diane Keaton has famously never been married. While she's had her fair share of high profile romances, she never settled down and she says, "I think I wasn't really marriage material." She also supports her decision to be single at 65 by saying "I don't think that because I'm not married that it's made my life any less. That old-maid myth is garbage."
Cameron Diaz: Diaz has also never married and at 38 years old, she says its because she also doesn't believe in an "old tradition." "I think we have to make our own rules. I don't think we should live our lives in relationships based off old traditions that don't suit our world any longer.'