Well, it looks like Robin Thicke has finally accepted that he and his estranged wife, Paula Patton, are not getting back together. The singer reportedly has put their house on the market this week and his reps have stated that the couple is officially and completely done.
An attorney is reportedly working on a financial settlement.
Thicke and Patton split late last year amid reports of his infidelity. He then began several very public attempts at winning Patton back; from debuting a song called “Get Her Back” at the Billboard Awards to pleading for her return during several live performances to naming his 2014 album Paula in homage to their relationship. But the public pleas began to draw a backlash from some fans who felt that he was exploiting the split to draw publicity to the album, which flopped miserably when it was released in June.
There are reports that while Thicke concedes that things are irreparable, he has declared that he won’t be the one who files for the legal separation.
It is highly dubious that Thicke has decided to finally stop begging his wife to return now that his album has been released and failed. But either way, it was time for this sad saga to end.