Even though Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart spent the beginning of their Christmas break apart, the couple reunited for New Year's Eve, spending a romantic weekend together at the Spyglass Inn in Ventnor, on the Isle of Wight.
This marks the second year in a row Robsten have opted for a low-key celebration there.
Unfortunately, they weren't exactly as stealth this second time around...
Thanks to Twitter (Kristen's favorite form of social technology), paps saw Twi-fans galore tweeting sightings of the couple and swarmed the Spyglass.
However, before the crowd there got slightly out of control, Kristen, dressed casual as usual in a hoodie and dark jeans and Rob in a leather jacket and black jeans, were having a great time watching live music with their friends.
But that soon came to an end.
According to the Isle of Wight Gazette, police were called to the scene because of awaiting paparazzi and hundreds of fans attempting to get a pic with the couple.
We're told by sources inside Rob and Kristen obliged a few fans, with Rob even signing a couple of autographs, but according to an onlooker, both got a tad pissed--and we don't just mean drunk (ahem, Rob).
Hey, we don't blame them at all! It gets overwhelming when you're trying to spend NYE with your significant other and can't relax.
As for whether Robsten smooched at midnight, fans seem to be in a disagreement--quel friggin' shocker!--over it, with some saying no and some saying yes.
Here we go again. But if you ask us this picture of them looks like they are sneaking a kiss.
We have a feeling that with hundreds of onlookers and camera phones in their faces, Stewart and Pattinson would save most of their making out for a much more private moment. Hello, they're not stupid.
The couple are currently in Baton Rouge, La., getting back to work on Breaking Dawn. It's their chillest set together, by far.
As we told you weeks ago, Kristen is officially confirmed to attend the People's Choice Awards with Taylor Lautner here in L.A. on Jan. 5.
So far, no Rob. Hey, some of 'em gotta stay and film, right?