Robin is one determined man! In addition to naming his new album after his estranged wife Paula, the ‘Blurred Lines’ crooner is ‘working hard behind the scenes’ to repair their marriage, an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
How does Robin Thicke really feel about his wife, Paula Patton? Just listen to the lyrics on his new album Paula, which says it all. Could his music actually save their troubled marriage? “Robin still has a great chance to make things work,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Paula Patton & Robin Thicke Marriage: Album & Relationship Work Could Save Them
Robin has absolutely no qualms about letting the whole world know just how much he adores his wife.
“For as much as Robin is doing publicly to save his marriage, he is also working hard behind the scenes to show he wants the relationship to work,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “And he is also a wonderful father, which Paula appreciates most. She also likes the music directed towards her, but that alone will not save the marriage.”
Even though it’s going to take more than just a few love songs for the famous singer to win back his lost love, it sounds like he’s been making all the right moves so far.
“But Robin still has a great chance to make things work. It’s going to take some time though, and so far so good,” the source says.
Robin Dedicates New Album ‘Paula’ To Estranged Wife
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Robin’s new album Paula was released on iTunes on July 1.
The entire album is a love message to Paula, with track titles such as “You’re My Fantasy,” “Still Madly Crazy” and “The Opposite of Me.” The singer debuted one of the new songs, “Forever Love,” at the BET Awards on June 29.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers, can Robin’s music save his marriage? Do YOU think Paula should forgive Robin and take him back?
— Reporting by Russ Weakland, Written by Sandra Clark
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