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Love is still in the air for Robyn and Juan Dixon, but the “Real Housewives of Potomac” star won’t be walking down the aisle on the upcoming season of the Bravo series.
While Robyn, 42, said “yes” again to Juan, also 42, in December 2019 following their reconciliation, the COVID-19 crisis forced the couple to hold off on planning their second wedding.
“The pandemic definitely shifted our focus to the house,” Robyn told Page Six in a new interview. “I was very respectful of the pandemic. Like, I pretty much didn’t leave my house for, like, that first three months.
“And so, wedding planning for me was just not really, like, an option,” she added. “And then once we started building the house, all of my focus and resources went in that direction. So unfortunately we do not have a date yet.”
The Dixons are currently in the process of building a larger home for them to enjoy with their two sons, Corey, 13, and Carter, 11. The family hopes to be moved in by August after the pandemic also led to delays on their new pad.
“Juan and I have been married before, we have kids, so it’s not as urgent for us as it is for other people who want to, like, get their family life started,” Robyn explained, noting that she did not want to “deal with the uncertainty” of trying to plan a wedding amid ever-changing CDC guidelines.
The Bravolebrity and the basketball coach previously said “I do” in July 2005, but they divorced in March 2012. They continued to live together following their split and eventually got back together.
The Embellished hat designer hinted that she may be ready to have a destination wedding next year, but she doesn’t have her heart set on a location just yet.
“I am open to all possibilities — as long as [it’s] beautiful and warm!” she said with a laugh.
In the meantime, fans can catch up with Robyn and Juan when “The Real Housewives of Potomac” returns for its sixth season Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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