The news of maybe-not-but-sure-looks-like-it dating a "mystery redhead" is naturally taking up lots of space in the celebrity tabloid world, with some people saying good for Rob, some Twihards already busting out the crazy, and the vast majority of the world saying, "Who really gives a sh*t?"
But the mystery woman in question is reportedly none other than . Who is Riley Keough, you ask? Let us give you this handy-dandy list, courtesy of ABC News, of five things you may not know about her:
1.) She's rock-'n-roll royalty:
Riley is the daughter of musician Danny Keough, but more importantly, she's the eldest daughter of Lisa Marie Presley, otherwise known as Elvis Presley's daughter. So, yeah, Riley can call The King her granddaddy.
2.) She's friends with K-Stew (though I'm guessing not anymore):
Weirdly enough, Riley and Rob first met when Riley and were working on filming The Runaways together. Keough played Marie Currie, the sister of 's Cherie Currie, the band's eventual lead singer. While the film was a flop, it looks like Riley gained something good out of it.
3.) She used to be engaged:
Keough appeared in smash hit Magic Mike, playing the sister of 's character. Keough and Pettyfer began dating in 2011 while on the set and were reportedly engaged a year later. Obviously, that didn't exactly work out.
4.) She's a Dior model, just like Rob:
Just as Rob has been all over for his sizzling new Dior campaign, Keough is no stranger to pouting pretty for the famous French brand. She was the face of the Miss Dior Cherie Parfum in 2006. She's also rocked the covers of Elle UK and Elle France.
5.) She might be Anastasia in 50 Shades of Grey:
Keough is one of the actresses whose names have been circling the massively sought-after role of Anastasia Steele in the upcoming movie adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey. In an ironic twist, former fiancee Pettyfer is one of the names being looked at for the role of Christian Grey.
BONUS FACT, courtesy of me:
SHE LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE K-STEW, Y'ALL*:
*If K-Stew showered now and then and had an actual heart instead of a pit full of hair grease and angst.