Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell
Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell have been seeing each other since January Getty

After months of speculation, it looks like Kristen Stewart is finally ready to take the plunge with her new girlfriend, supermodel Stella Maxwell. If the latest report is to be believed, the lovebirds have "moved in together" taking their five-month relationship to the next level.

Maxwell, who has been a popular face on the Victoria's Secret fashion shows, was first linked to the Twilight alum during last year's Met Gala. Since then, the celebrity couple have made numerous appearances together, enjoying date nights and romantic vacations.

It wasn't until January, however, that the couple fuelled serious romance speculations. Following five months of courting, Stewart and Maxwell are reportedly taking a big leap forward in their relationship. The 26-year-old Victoria's Secret angel allegedly "spends all of her time" at Stewart's four-bedroom Los Angeles home.

At the same time, Maxwell continues to maintain her NYC apartment.

As things heat up between the two, both Stewart and Maxwell have been juggling their work to spend time with each other. A source reveals that the model recently flew down to New Orleans, where the 27-year-old actress is shooting her 2018 film, Underwater.

"They're both so busy with work, but try to be together when they can," the website source claimed. "Kristen really likes her."

Stewart, who has dated both men and women in the past, was earlier linked to singer St Vincent and English actor Robert Pattinson. Following an explosive debut on the Saturday Night Live in February — where KStew came out as gay — the actress went all candid about her personal life.

"That whole certainty about whether you're straight or gay or whatever. You're not confused if you're bisexual. It's not confusing at all. For me, it's quite the opposite," she had told The Guardian.

"The whole issue of sexuality is so grey. I'm just trying to acknowledge that fluidity, that greyness, which has always existed. But maybe only now are we allowed to start talking about it," Stewart added.