Inside Kristen Stewart's Relationship With Ex St. Vincent

The details of Kristen Stewart's love life often hit the headlines as frequently as her big-screen roles in movies such as Twilight and Charlie Angel's, and throughout the years, Stewart has been known to date a string of famous faces including her former co-star Robert Pattinson (via E! Online). In 2016, the actress began dating musician St. Vincent (real name Annie Erin Clark), and here's a look inside the history of the pair's short-lived relationship. 

According to Us Weekly, rumors surrounding Stewart and St. Vincent's relationship first began to emerge when the Twilight star invited the musician to a New York Film Festival screening. The next day, the couple were seen attending a comedy show together in Los Angeles, and in the following weeks, the pair were spotted again in New York City's East Village and at one of Vincent's concerts. Speaking at the time, a source revealed, "It's been very romantic... Kristen is always whispering closely in her ear and asking her opinion."

Prior to their 2016 fling, St. Vincent had recently broken up with model Cara Delevingne after nearly a year of dating, while Kristen had also recently split with her on-and-off girlfriend Alicia Cargile. 

The pair's relationship was short-lived

Despite multiple reports suggesting they were an item, Kristen Stewart and St. Vincent kept their rumored relationship very much on the down-low. That is, however, until later in 2016 when the pair went public as a couple whilst attending the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund show in Los Angeles (via Grazia). 

Sadly, Stewart and St. Vincent called it quits shortly after their first official outing as a couple, and Kristen later began dating Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell in 2017 (via W Magazine). 

Speaking to Elle in 2016, Stewart revealed that when she started dating women, she no longer wanted to keep her relationships out of the public eye. "It changed when I started dating a girl. I was like, 'Actually, to hide this provides the implication that I'm not down with it or I'm ashamed of it', so I had to alter how I approached being in public. It opened my life up and I'm so much happier," she told the publication.