Three sources told the outlet that the big news will be revealed in the upcoming season finale episode, which will reportedly include footage of the couple’s ceremony. Robyn and Juan’s big day was filmed after Season 7 wrapped and did not include any of Robyn’s cast mates.
Insiders revealed that Robyn will speak out about her second wedding day during the upcoming reunion, which was filmed last Thursday.
In August 2020, Robyn and Juan, who share two sons, Corey, 14, and Carter, 13, obtained a marriage license at the Howard County Clerk’s Office in Maryland. The clerk revealed at the time that the duo had until February to legally wed.
Robyn told co-stars, Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Ashley Darby, Candiace Dillard Bassett, Mia Thornton, Dr. Wendy Osefo, and cast “friends,” Charisse Jackson-Jordan and Jacqueline Blake, of her plan to keep her nuptials intimate, during a cast trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico.
“I don’t even know if I want a wedding. I don’t know if I need one — like, a traditional wedding,” she said, explaining that she wanted a private family ceremony. “I’m going to keep it super simple…. It’ll just the four of us. We’re not telling anyone.”
“It’s literally just ceremony and that’s it. We don’t need no cake, no reception — nothing,” she later told her assistant.
Robyn added in a confessional spot — ”The thought of an actual wedding and all the pomp and circumstances that come with it, that doesn’t excite me. It just feels more special to do it privately, without worrying about everyone else and how they perceive it.”
It remains unclear if the couple actually signed the prenuptial agreement that they hashed out on the show. Robyn pushed for the agreement and even asked for an “infidelity clause” earlier in the season. Juan agreed, which allowed Robyn to get excited about saying “I do” for the second time.
“Now I just wanna start planning our wedding,” she said in a previous episode. “Like, I can’t wait. I’m excited.”
Robyn and Juan first wed in 2005 and divorced in 2012. The high school sweethearts continued to live together and even shared a bed, citing a desire to keep their family together.
“My kids, they didn’t even realize we were divorced,” Robyn told Bravo’s Daily Dish. “They didn’t know we had gone through a rough time! They found out a lot of stuff about our relationship and our family from the show, because their friends are telling them. So then they come and tell us, ‘So why this? Why that?’ So I’d have to tell them, ‘We’re good, aren’t we? We’re good! Don’t worry about that.’ “
“I would find my cast mates or the fans were more judgmental about my situation than us,” she added. “It’s like, we understood it! It’s not for everyone to understand, but it’s life for us.”
Juan popped the question in December 2019 during a holiday party filmed for the Season 5 finale.
In October, Robyn credited the show for helping the pair rebuild their relationship.
“I will be honest, if Juan and I were not broke and honestly if we weren’t on the show, we probably would not be together today,” Robyn told PEOPLE at BravoCon. ”I say that because having to come together when you’re financially struggling and having to support one another for the sake of your kids, it was more so we wanted each other to get to a better place because we have children.”
“If we had divorced and been in a great place financially, he would have been off, I don’t know, [in] California, living his life,” the Bravo star added. “I’d be off in New York living my life. We would not have been forced to come together to try to make things work. … [But] going through those financial struggles and living together and supporting each other and watching each other get better and grow and establish careers, that actually helped bring us back together.”
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