This probably isn't the time to get right back up on that horse K-Stew
There are all sorts of theories about why Kristen Stewart would jeopardise her relationship with Robert Pattinson for a few steamy canoodles with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, but apparently it was actually Rupert Sanders' manly horse taming skills that ended up winning her over.
Poor old Rob, he never stood a chance - He gets bloody terrified when ponies trot up in his grill.
Having fallen off a horse when she was younger, Kristen apparently needed some special coaching from Rupert to help sort her out for all those scenes where she had to gallop about.
But the spot of one on one tuition ended rather unexpectedly, with Rupert supposedly transforming into some sort of knight in shining armour. Metaphorically, anyway.
“Rupert wanted Kristen in a dramatic scene in Snow White And The Huntsman with hundreds of soldiers galloping at breakneck speeds," an insider apparently blabbed to the Sun.
“He spent hours alone coaching her, giving her confidence and encouragement.
“It was a bond that became a love affair.”
Blimey. Can we get a massive ball of CHEESE up in here?
Hmm, we're not sure what to think about this but even if this rumour were to be even vaguely true, we still don't know what K-Stew was thinking.
The saying is get right back up on the horse, not the.. well, you know what we were thinking, don't you?