Robert Pattinson doesn't need prenup from Twigs
Robert Pattinson won't ask FKA Twigs to sign a pre-nuptial agreement because it's not romantic.
The 29-year-old actor, who is estimated to be worth $60 million, doesn't think it's necessary to protect his fortune in case they were to divorce in the future and he doesn't want to tie the knot with thoughts it won't last the distance.
A source close to the 'Twilight' star - who proposed to the 'Two Weeks' hitmaker with a $100,000 dollar engagement ring earlier this year after six months of dating - told America's Star magazine: "Rob's quite a traditionalist and is madly in love with her, so he doesn't think it's necessary. He's following his heart on this, rather than his head."
The pair intend to be married by September and Twigs - real name Tahliah Barnett - still has her heart set on a low-key and quirky wedding this summer.
A different source told Life & Style magazine: "She wants a hippie-style ceremony at a friend's house in the English countryside.
"He'll do whatever she wants. He just wants to make her his wife."
The singer has told Rob she'd prefer to say her vows at a registry office and then hold the reception in a pub surrounded by their family and closest friends.