Updated: Mon, 13 May 2013 07:00:00 GMT | By Bang

Kristen Stewart buys snooker table for Rob

Kristen Stewart has bought a hand-crafted snooker table for Robert Pattinson's birthday and had his favourite English foodstuffs shipped to their Los Angeles home.


Kristen Stewart has bought a hand-crafted snooker table for Robert Pattinson's birthday and had his favourite English foodstuffs shipped to their Los Angeles home.

Kristen Stewart has bought a hand-crafted snooker table for Robert Pattinson's birthday and had his favourite English foodstuffs shipped to their Los Angeles home.

Kristen Stewart has bought a hand-crafted snooker table for Robert Pattinson's birthday.

The 'Twilight Saga' actress splashed out on the gaming table and had it secretly shipped from England to Los Angeles so her boyfriend - who turned 27 today (13.05.13) can indulge in his favourite pastime at home.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Rob's a normal guy, he wouldn't want a bling watch or a flashy car, so Kristen had a snooker table hand made for him.

''Rob loves a few cans of larger and a game with the lads. She's having it secretly put into their pool outhouse in Los Feliz.''

As well as having the snooker table shipped from the UK, Kristen, 23, also arranged for some of the British star's favourite foodstuffs, such as English tea and Heintz tomato ketchup, to be sent to Los Angeles.

When Kristen turned 23 in April, Robert also shelled out on a thoughtful gift.

The 'Snow White and the Huntsman' star collects pens, so the actor spent £30,000 on a limited edition Bentley writing tool to mark the occasion.

A source said at the time: ''Kristen has always collected pens, and has a variety of stylish ones. Rob decided to go big for her birthday this year and brought her a limited edition white gold Tibaldi Bentley Crewe fountain pen.

''He had her name specially engraved on it with the year and wording: 'From R'.

''There are only 40 of these pens in the world, so it's a real collector's item.''

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