Rupert Sanders and Liberty Ross Divorce Exactly Two Years After Kristen Stewart Kiss

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Rupert Sanders and Liberty Ross have finalised their divorce, two years to the DAY that photos of the director kissing actress Kristen Stewart were published by Us Weekly. Did Liberty plan that?

July 25th 2012 saw one of the biggest scandals in recent Hollywood history break when K-Stew was not only caught canoodling with a married, father of two, she was also in one of the most high profile romances in Hollywood, dating on-screen Twilight lover Robert Pattinson.

Both publicly apologised for the affair, after pictures of the pair romping in the back of her Mini Cooper were splashed across the tabloids, with Kristen calling the fling a "momentary indiscretion" as she begged for Pattinson's forgiveness.

Rupert Sanders and Liberty Ross were married for 11 years before the director had an affair with Kristen Stewart in 2012 (WENN)

But clearly, it wasn't enough to save Rupert and Liberty's ten year marriage and the couple split in January 2013. Fastforward to July 25 2014 and the news that the divorce has been finalised was released by TMZ, happy anniversary K-Stew!

The settlement will see Liberty retain the family home in Los Angeles and a home in London, as well as $25,000 a month in spousal support for four years, TMZ reports. The couple, who appear to be on good terms despite the break up, often seen taking their two children out for day trips, will have joint custody.

Liberty will receive a nice little monthly allowance. £15,000 in spousal support for the next four years and £8,200 for child support as well as 15% of profits from Sanders' films. That is with the exception of Snow White And The Hunstman, the movie where Kristen and Rupert met and in which Liberty played Stewart's mother. Clearly still a sore spot for the model.

Speaking to Vogue magazine about the fling and subsequent fall out, Liberty has admitted it was hell to go through.

“It was horrible. It was really the worst, really the worst," she said.

Kristen met Rupert when he directed her in Snow White and the Huntsman, alongside Chris Hemsworth (WENN)

Kristen and Rob's relationship didn't last much longer either. After putting on a united front during the promotion for Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2, the final movie in the franchise, the couple had broken up by April 2013.

Since then, they've both appeared to distance themselves from their Twilight, clean cut image with indie flicks and for Kristen a very new look.

Despite the break-up of two relationships, Stewart claimed in an interview earlier this year that she had no regrets in life.

Kristen doesn't look anything like her Twilight days (WENN)

"I stand by every mistake I've ever made, so judge away," she told Marie Claire earlier this year.

"You don't know who you will fall in love with. You just don't. You don't control it. Some people have certain things, like, 'That's what I'm going for,' and I have a subjective version of that. I don't pressure myself,"

She added: "If you fall in love with someone, you want to own them—but really, why would you want that? You want them to be what you love. I'm much too young to even have an answer for that question."

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