Rupert Sanders made his directorial debut with the big-budget “Snow White and the Huntsman” but he followed it up with a cheating media scandal, when he was caught making out with his leading lady, Kristen Stewart. With all that, his wife, British model Liberty Ross, has had a change of heart about divorcing him.
Perhaps worse than the fact that Kristen was in a relationship with “Twilight” co-star Robert Pattinson at the time she was photographed kissing Sanders, was that he was married.
Tabloid reports even say that Liberty Ross, his wife, made many sacrifices for his directorial career to take off, including putting her own career on hold to be with their two children so that he could go Hollywood.
Her initial reaction to the news that he cheated on her with Kristen was one of anger and outrage. She decided almost on the spot that she wanted a divorce because she felt she could never again trust the man he'd become, it is said.
Now, The People
, a British tabloid, writes that she's put off all divorce plans, having agreed to give their marriage another try.
Moreover, she and her attorneys have come up with a “five-point plan” that Rupert must “follow and sign for her to consider dropping the lawsuit.”
In other words, insiders argue, she wants to take Rupert back but on her own terms
: if he wants to stay married to her, he will have to play by all
her rules. She'll have that in writing too.
“Time will tell but, for now, no more depositions in the case are being taken while lawyers for both sides wait to see if Rupert can meet the criteria and, even if he does, if that will be good enough for Liberty,” an inside source reveals.
Admittedly, one of the five points is that Sanders must make at least one movie a year in “their home state of California,” so he can spend plenty of time with Liberty and the kids. He is also expected to join her for “counseling sessions.”
Word has that Liberty might also be asking Sanders for a renegotiation of their prenuptial contract, presumably seeking terms that would favor her more in the eventuality of a divorce