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Robin Thicke ‘engaged’

Published 05/08/2015

Robin Thicke and April Love Geary
Robin Thicke and April Love Geary

Robin Thicke has proposed to girlfriend April Love Geary, according to reports.

The Blurred Lines singer, 38, has been dating the 20-year-old model since October last year. They made their red carpet debut together at Cannes in May and following the whirlwind romance, Life & Style is reporting that the musician has popped the question.

“Robin recently proposed to April and she said yes,” a source told the outlet. “He doesn’t want to risk losing her. Robin’s moving really quick with the relationship.”

In fact the star’s divorce from wife Paula Patton was only finalised four months ago after they split in February 2014. The couple had been married for nine years but had dated since he was 16. They have one son together, Julian, who was born in 2010.

In the aftermath of their split, Robin went on a public mission to win Paula back, even recording an album which he named after her, but to no avail.

The publication adds that Robin’s parents have advised their son not to be so hasty to tie the knot again, but he is ignoring their words.

“Both his parents have told him to take some time and not rush into marriage again so soon,” the insider continued “They go almost everywhere together. He’s totally obsessed with her.”

It helps that April seems to get along so well with five-year-old Julian as the model was spotted holidaying with Robin and his little boy in St Barts earlier in the year.

A representative for Robin is yet to confirm the news of the engagement

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