It looks like “Real Housewives of Potomac” fans may finally get to hear wedding bells for Robyn and Juan Dixon.
Citing the Clerk’s Office’s policies, the outlet noted that the two could wed any time from this coming Saturday to February 2023, when the license expires.
Reps for the pair did not immediately respond to Page Six’s inquiry, and Bravo declined to comment.
Despite the split, the exes continued to live under the same roof and sleep in the same bed — an admittedly unconventional setup they felt worked for their family.
During Season 4, which premiered in May 2019, Robyn revealed she and Juan had fully reignited their romance. By December, they were engaged.
The college basketball coach’s romantic proposal was documented for the tear-jerking Season 5 finale.
“Robyn has been my rock, my mountain, for so many years, through the ups and the downs, the mother of our beautiful boys, Cory and Carter. And Robyn, I want to do something real quick,” Juan said into the mic at the all-cast holiday party.
He dropped to one knee and continued, “As you all know, Robyn and I tried this once before. It didn’t work out. I was young and dumb.”
“I appreciate you so much, and I want to try this for a second time,” he added while looking directly to his love. “Will you marry me?”
After saying “yes” — again — Robyn gushed on Instagram, “Sweeter the second time around! Thank you to everyone who loved, supported, rooted and prayed for Juan and I. We truly appreciate all of the love and congratulatory wishes as we embark on #DixonsPartDeux.”
Unfortunately for the rekindled lovebirds, the coronavirus pandemic forced them to “shift [their] focus” from planning their second wedding to finishing construction on their dream home.
“All of my focus and resources went in that direction,” Robyn told Page Six last July, adding that wedding planning was “not really an option” at the time.
“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 get their family life started,” she explained, noting that she didn’t want to “deal with the uncertainty” of trying to orchestrate a big event amid the ever-changing CDC guidelines.
Robyn spent the majority of Season 6 getting grilled by her co-stars about setting a date, navigating Juan’s incessant desire to try for a daughter and battling quarantine-induced depression.
Season 7, which is currently filming, seems to be looking up for her.