Newly-reconciled couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have signed up to a "no-sex pact" after enlisting the services of a Hollywood shrink after the couple split in July following Stewart's much-publicised affair with married Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders.
"The first thing the psychiatrist did was immediately slap them with the nookie ban," an insider claimed in new reports surfacing on US gossip websites. "They've been ordered to sleep in separate beds for at least a month while they work on communicating, healing wounds and trust exercises."
Since splitting, the couple have been cautiously reconnecting since they met up for the first time in L.A. on the weekend of Sept. 15.
While the two may be repairing the relationship behind closed doors, Pattinson's friends are still wary of a possible reconciliation, urging their friend to move on, "but it's easier said than done," a source told WHO.
Another source told WHO Magazine Pattinson's pals "all think they will be a couple again, maybe as soon as they are together for the Twilight promos."