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It’s Over: Paula And Robin Thicke Are Selling Their Home

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It appears that Robin has failed to win back the heart of the beautiful Paula Patton.  Despite his valiant effort with his flopping apology album Paula, the result still lead to their Bel Air home on the market.

TMZ confirms the 3,158 square foot home was listed on Monday with the price of $2,985,000.

According to Variety, the couple’s estate has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, with one of the bedrooms set up as a music studio, where he may have created hits like “blurred lines”. The Thickes’ abode also has a swimming pool, two fireplaces and canyon views.

The 2-story house was built in 1965.  Robin’s dad, Alan Thicke was the original owner, purchasing the home back in 1990 for a paltry $910,000. He then passed it to Robin in 2005.

The magnetic views of Sunset Boulevard were still not enough to keep either one of the couple from moving out of the 2-story crib. It has been said that they haven’t seen each other since February.

During the past few months, Robin has been promoting his album, “Paula,” his touching and sympathetic attempt to win back the love of his life.  But there has been no news or word of Paula reaching out to Robin.  There seems to be no hope of her giving the relationship a second chance.

Earlier in July, he explained to “Good Morning America,” “We were together; we were childhood sweethearts. She’s still the best person I ever met. I just thought the least I could do was to devote an album to her.”  Robin and Paula had been married since 2004.

Things are looking bad for Robin.  The best thing we can do is remain optimists for him, (for those who are rooting for him) and take faith in the fact that it is not over until it’s over.

Do you think Robin can come back from this setback?  Comment below and tell us what you think.

 

 

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