Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Stephenie Meyer

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If it weren't for Twilight author Stephenie Meyer, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart might never have met.

So what does Meyer think about the whole Kristen cheating scandal with director Rupert Sanders? "That is so not my business," she told E! News Friday in New York at Project Runway's finale show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

She will miss seeing Rob and Kristen in love—on the silver screen. The final Twilight film, Breaking Dawn Part 2, hits theaters Nov. 16, and Stephenie's trying not to think about it.

"I tend to get really sad when I have to [think about the final film]," she said. "So I'm sort of putting it off. I figure it'll be a really emotional night when it comes out and we know that it's over. That's going to be rough."

But before the end of this era, the Breaking Dawn cast will have to do press leading up to the film's release. This means we'll be seeing lots of Rob and Kristen and they'll inevitably have to attend the same premieres and screenings.

Last night, Rob joined several members of the Twilight family at the MTV Video Music Awards in L.A. As they presented a clip from the final film, Rob thanked fans for their support and described working on the films as "an amazing journey."

Kristen, on the other hand, ended her self-imposed media exile with a public appearance at the Toronto Film Festival. Looking polished and pretty in floral Zuhair Murad dress, she sweetly met with fans and talked to press at the premiere of On the Road.

Rob and Kristen look like they're moving on with separate lives, and so is Meyer.

"I'm writing now," she told us.

When one chapter ends, another begins.

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