Real Housewives of Potomac's Juan Dixon Tells Robyn To 'Be Better' After Reality Star Struggles To Get Out Of Bed

Jul. 26 2021, Published 5:16 a.m. ET

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One person the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on is Real Housewives of Potomac star Robyn Dixon.

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In the Sunday, July 25, episode of RHOP, the 42-year-old struggled to get out of bed to wake up Corey, 13, and Carter, 11 — who she shares with Juan Dixon — for school.

During the scene, Robyn gets up and gets Corey ready for his day of online classes, but goes back to bed before Carter's start, much to Juan's disappointment.

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"You’re not awake?" he told her. "We talked about this, Rob." Robyn asked for an extra few minutes of sleep before Juan told her she's "tripping."

"So, his class is at 9:10? And you’re going to wake up at 9:07? Robyn, you’ve got to get out of the bed. Go do something," he told her.

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"It’s the pandemic! I just feel like everything just got all out of whack," Robyn told Juan in a preview clip for the episode. However, Juan didn't buy her new habit of sleeping in.

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"You always make excuses. I’m tired of it. Be better, please," he said.

"I didn’t expect this pandemic to still be going on and I’ve been burned out. It’s nonstop. It’s homework, it’s dinner, it’s basketball practice," Robyn admitted in a confessional. "I lost all of my motivation and it’s really hard to change."

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Robyn and Juan were first married from 2005 until 2012, before they split but continued to live together. They eventually reconciled and Juan popped the question again in December 2019, however, the wedding is yet another thing thwarted by the pandemic.

"The pandemic definitely shifted our focus to the house," Robyn previously told Page Six. "I was very respectful of the pandemic. Like, I pretty much didn’t leave my house for, like, that first three months."

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The reality star explained that amid the pandemic, they couldn't plan the wedding and then started building a new house which took all of her attention, which means the couple has not decided on a date.

"I am open to all possibilities — as long as [it’s] beautiful and warm!" Robyn joked about a potential destination wedding but added that she doesn't think it's "urgent" for the pair to tie the knot given that they have been married before and already have two children.


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