By Jon Boon - Radar Reporter
Both Lizzy and Victoria Pattinson warned their brother of the old adage, ‘once a cheater, always a cheater’ telling him he would be foolish to let Kristen back into his life.
They think he should embrace single life and concentrate on his career, and forget about getting into another serious relationship.
“Robert’s sisters were fuming with Kristen for hurting their brother in the way she did,” a source revealed.
“Lizzy and Victoria feel terrible for heartbroken Robert, especially because of the embarrassment that was caused by the manner in which the affair was exposed.
“They’ve told him that there’s no way he can take Kristen back after what she did to him.
“It’s a case of once she’s cheated, what’s to stop her doing it again and Lizzy and Victoria are pretty unforgiving over Kristen’s actions.
“Instead, they believe Robert should embrace singledom, throw himself into work and not consider settling down with anyone until he’s ready.
“They will kill him if he gets back with Kristen,” the source said.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the handsome actor’s sisters may be able to keep an eye on their brother’s personal life more closely because he’s considering moving back to London.
And the handsome actor has his heart set on returning to his hometown, at least temporarily, as he misses his “mates” and family.
“Robert is thinking long and hard about returning to London,” a source close to the star revealed.
“He’s selling his home in Los Angeles, not only because it holds bad memories, but because he wants a fresh start.
“He never fell in love with Los Angeles and has always longed for home. When Kristen was shooting Snow White and the Huntsman in London, he made his excuses to visit her as much as he could - he missed it so much.
“Despite making friends in America, Robert longs just to have a pint with the mates he grew up with in a local west London pub. He’s just a regular guy.
“He is set to make up his mind very soon. His family hasn’t put pressure on him to return, but he misses them very much and they’ve said they’d welcome him back with open arms,” the source said.