Robyn Dixon, 43, marries Juan Dixon, 44, for second time in private ceremony without RHOP castmates

Robyn Dixon, 43, marries Juan Dixon, 44, for second time in private ceremony without RHOP castmates

  • The 43-year-old reality star and basketball coach Juan, 44, got a ride for the second time without any of her The Real Housewives Of Potomac co-stars present, according to an article Monday by People
  • The upcoming season seven finale of RHOP will feature footage from the wedding that was filmed after the show ended
  • Robyn will provide more details about her private wedding during the season seven reunion taped last Thursday
  • Juan and Robyn share sons Corey, 14, and Carter, 13, together

Robyn Dixon and Juan Dixon got married again after their divorce in 2012.

The 43-year-old reality star and basketball coach Juan, 44, got a ride for the second time without her The Real Housewives Of Potomac co-stars present, according to an article Monday by People.

The upcoming season seven finale of RHOP will feature footage from the wedding that was filmed after the show ended.

Second time: Robyn Dixon, shown in a season seven promo for The Real Housewives Of Potomac, and Juan Dixon got married again after divorcing in 2012

Second time: Robyn Dixon, shown in a season seven promo for The Real Housewives Of Potomac, and Juan Dixon got married again after divorcing in 2012

Robyn will provide more details about her private wedding during the season seven reunion taped last Thursday.

Juan and Robyn share sons Corey, 14, and Carter, 13, together.

During season seven of the Bravo show, Robyn informed her castmates that none of them were invited to her private wedding.

“I’m going to keep it very simple… There are four of us. We don’t tell anyone,” she told friends on a recent episode during a group trip to the Riviera Maya, Mexico.

Cute couple: The 43-year-old reality star and basketball coach Juan, who appeared on Instagram in October 2021, got coupled up for the second time without one of her The Real Housewives Of Potomac co-stars present, according to an article on Monday by People

Cute couple: The 43-year-old reality star and basketball coach Juan, who appeared on Instagram in October 2021, got coupled up for the second time without one of her The Real Housewives Of Potomac co-stars present, according to an article on Monday by People

‘The thought of a real wedding and all the pomp and circumstance that goes with it doesn’t make me happy. It just feels more special to do it in private, without worrying about everyone else and how they perceive it,” Robyn added in a confessional.

Robyn and Juan were high school sweethearts who first got married in 2005 before divorcing in 2012.

Juan popped the question a second time in December 2019 at a wrap party for season five of RHOP.

Long-Term Couple: Shown in May in Silver Spring, Maryland, Robyn and Juan were high school sweethearts who first married in 2005 before divorcing in 2012

Long-Term Couple: Shown in May in Silver Spring, Maryland, Robyn and Juan were high school sweethearts who first married in 2005 before divorcing in 2012

Two boys: Juan and Robyn share sons Corey, 14, and Carter, 13, shown together on Instagram last June

Two boys: Juan and Robyn share sons Corey, 14, and Carter, 13, shown together on Instagram last June

Robyn and Juan obtained a marriage certificate from the Howard County Clerk’s Office in Maryland in August 2020.

The marriage license was due to expire in February.

Baltimore native Juan led the University of Maryland Terrapins to their first and only NCAA championship in basketball in 2002.

After finishing his playing career, which included stints on six NBA teams, Juan took up coaching and was hired as the head coach of Coppin State in Baltimore in 2017.

Local legend: Born in Baltimore, Juan led the University of Maryland Terrapins to their first and only NCAA championship in basketball in 2002 and went on to play in the NBA for six teams, shown in September 2009 on Media Day for the Atlanta Hawks

Local legend: Born in Baltimore, Juan led the University of Maryland Terrapins to their first and only NCAA championship in basketball in 2002 and went on to play in the NBA for six teams, shown in September 2009 on Media Day for the Atlanta Hawks

Head coach: Juan was hired as head coach of Coppin State in Baltimore in 2017 and can be seen in New Jersey last month in a game against Rutgers

Head coach: Juan was hired as head coach of Coppin State in Baltimore in 2017 and can be seen in New Jersey last month in a game against Rutgers

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