Robyn Dixon and Juan Dixon are formally married — once more.
In keeping with a brand new report, the couple, who had been beforehand married from 2005 to 2012 and share two sons, Corey, 14, and Carter, 13, mentioned “I do” for a second time as cameras rolled for the upcoming season seven finale episode of The Actual Housewives of Potomac.
On January 23, PEOPLE confirmed the information with readers, stating that footage of the key marriage ceremony of Robyn, 43, and Juan, 44, was filmed after manufacturing wrapped — and didn’t characteristic any of Robyn’s RHOP castmates.
The outlet additionally revealed Robyn is anticipated to talk extra concerning the intimate marriage ceremony on the reunion, which was filmed final week.
As followers could recall, Robyn and Juan obtained a wedding license in August of final 12 months on the Howard County Clerk’s Workplace in Maryland. And, on the time, a county clerk confirmed that they had till February to wed.
On Sunday’s episode of RHOP, Robyn was seen talking to co-stars Gizelle Bryant, Ashley Darby, Candiace Dillard-Bassett, Mia Thornton, Karen Huger, Dr. Wendy Osefo, Charrisse Jackson-Jordan, and Jacqueline Blake about her impending marriage ceremony to Juan amid a solid journey to Mexico.
“I don’t even know if I need a marriage ceremony. I don’t know if I want one — like, a conventional marriage ceremony,” she admitted.
In keeping with Robyn, she hoped to maintain issues “tremendous easy” with a personal ceremony that includes solely Juan and the children.
“It’ll simply the 4 of us. We’re not telling anybody,” she shared, later including, “It’s actually simply ceremony and that’s it. We don’t want no cake, no reception — nothing.”
Then, in a confessional, she additional acknowledged, “The considered an precise marriage ceremony and all of the pomp and circumstances that include it, that doesn’t excite me. It simply feels extra particular to do it privately, with out worrying about everybody else and the way they understand it.”
Though Robyn and Dixon continued to dwell collectively after their divorce for the sake of their youngsters, their pleasant relationship ultimately turned romantic as soon as once more. And, by season 4, they had been “[doing it] like bunny rabbits,” and by season 5, they had been re-engaged.
“Sweeter the second time round! Thanks to everybody who liked, supported, rooted and prayed for Juan and I,” Robyn mentioned on Instagram at the moment. “We actually respect all the love and congratulatory needs as we embark on #DixonsPartDeux.”
Chatting with PEOPLE at BravoCon in October, Robyn admitted she and Juan grew nearer via their struggles.
“I can be sincere, if Juan and I weren’t broke and actually if we weren’t on the present, we in all probability wouldn’t be collectively as we speak,” Robyn mentioned. “I say that as a result of having to return collectively once you’re financially struggling and having to assist each other for the sake of your youngsters, it was extra so we wished one another to get to a greater place as a result of now we have youngsters.”
“If we had divorced and been in an ideal place financially, he would have been off, I don’t know, [in] California, residing his life,” she continued. “I’d be off in New York residing my life. We’d not have been compelled to return collectively to attempt to make issues work. … [But] going via these monetary struggles and residing collectively and supporting one another and watching one another get higher and develop and set up careers, that really helped carry us again collectively.”
Following their December 2019 engagement, Robyn and Juan had been compelled to postpone their preliminary plans to wed because of the COVID-19 pandemic and later opted to as a substitute deal with constructing their dream dwelling.
The Actual Housewives of Potomac season seven airs Sundays at 8/7c on Bravo.