Love continues to be within the air for Robyn and Juan Dixon, however the “Actual Housewives of Potomac” star gained’t be strolling down the aisle on the upcoming season of the Bravo sequence.
Whereas Robyn, 42, said “yes” again to Juan, additionally 42, in December 2019 following their reconciliation, the COVID-19 disaster compelled the couple to carry off on planning their second marriage ceremony.
“The pandemic undoubtedly shifted our focus to the home,” Robyn informed Web page Six in a brand new interview. “I used to be very respectful of the pandemic. Like, I just about didn’t go away my home for, like, that first three months.
“And so, marriage ceremony planning for me was simply not likely, like, an choice,” she added. “After which as soon as we began constructing the home, all of my focus and assets went in that route. So sadly we wouldn’t have a date but.”
The Dixons are presently within the technique of constructing a bigger house for them to get pleasure from with their two sons, Corey, 13, and Carter, 11. The household hopes to be moved in by August after the pandemic additionally led to delays on their new pad.
“Juan and I’ve been married earlier than, we now have youngsters, so it’s not as pressing for us as it’s for different individuals who need to, like, get their household life began,” Robyn defined, noting that she didn’t need to “take care of the uncertainty” of attempting to plan a marriage amid ever-changing CDC pointers.
The Bravolebrity and the basketball coach beforehand mentioned “I do” in July 2005, however they divorced in March 2012. They continued to dwell collectively following their cut up and finally obtained again collectively.
The Embellished hat designer hinted that she could also be able to have a vacation spot marriage ceremony subsequent 12 months, however she doesn’t have her coronary heart set on a location simply but.
“I’m open to all prospects — so long as [it’s] lovely and heat!” she mentioned with fun.
Within the meantime, followers can meet up with Robyn and Juan when “The Actual Housewives of Potomac” returns for its sixth season Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.