It looks like fans of The Real Housewives of the Potomac can finally hear the wedding bells of Robin and Juan Dixon.
Embellished founder and former NBA player, both of whom are 43 years old, received their marriage license Thursday from the Howard County Clerk's Office in Maryland. Got.people reported on Friday.
Citing Clerk's Office policy, the outlet noted that the two could get married anytime before February 2023, when their licenses expire this Saturday. .
A rep for the pair did not immediately respond to his Page Six inquiry, and Bravo declined to comment.
Robyn and Juan were high school sweethearts and first married in July 2005. The two had her two children. 14-year-old Corey and he's 12-year-old Carter. Divorced in March 2012.
Despite the split, the exes continued to live under the same roof and sleep in the same bed — an unconventional setup that they felt worked for their family.
In Season 4, which premiered in May 2019, Robin revealed that she and Juan had completely rekindled their romance. By December, they were engaged.
The college basketball coach's romantic proposal was scored as a tearful season 5 finale.
"Robin has been my rock and my Through the ups and downs, mother of our beautiful boys Corey and Carter, and Robin, I want to do something really fast," Juan said into the microphone at the All-Cast holiday party.
He dropped to one knee and continued. It didn't work. I was young and stupid
"Thank you very much. I would love to try this again," he added, looking at Love in person. "Will you marry me?"
"Yes." After saying — again — Robin erupted on Instagram. Thank you to everyone who loved, supported, supported and prayed for Juan and I. We sincerely appreciate all the love and congratulations as we embark on #DixonsPartDeux.
Unfortunately for the rekindled lovers, the coronavirus pandemic has "shifted [their] focus" from planning a second wedding to completing the construction of their dream home. I was forced to
"All my focus and resources went in that direction," Robin toldpage 6 last July.
"Juan and I used to be married. But it's kids, so it's not as urgent as other people who want to start family life," she explains, adding that they "don't want to deal with the uncertainty" of trying to coordinate big events in it. The ever-changing CDC guidelines.
Robin spent much of Season 6 being criticized by her co-stars for setting up dates, dealing with Juan's constant cravings, and battling depression due to quarantine..
Season 7, which is currently filming, seems to be looking for her.