Robin thicke, singer of the popular song Blurred Lines, has been in the headlines a lot lately following the accusations leveled by Emily Ratajkowski.
Emily accused Robin of assaulting her on the sets of Blurred Lines in 2013. The actress made the explosive revelation in her upcoming book titled My body.
Fans have since been curious to learn more about Robin’s love life. We present to you his fiancée, April Love Geary.
Who is April Love Geary?
April is a model by profession and is currently engaged to Robin.
She is 26 and is of Mexican, French, Irish and Dutch descent, according to The Sun.
Earlier this year, April made headlines when she opened up about her abortion and applauded people for criticizing her decision.
In an Instagram live, she shared, “I knew I wouldn’t be able to provide this kid with a good life,” she said. “It just wasn’t the right time for me. I do not regret it.
A look at the model’s relationship with the singer
According to reports, April and Robin started dating in 2014. The singer was previously married to Paula Patton.
April and Robin went public with their relationship in 2015. After three years of dating, the couple decided to get engaged in 2018.
April shared a photo of the engagement on her Instagram account and wrote: “YES YES 1000x YES.”
The couple share three children. While her daughter Mia Love Thicke was born in February 2018, their second daughter, Lola Alain, was born exactly one year later.
In December 2020, April and Robin revealed that they had welcomed their third child, a son. They named him Luca Patrick.
Emily Ratajkowski accuses Robin Thicke of assault
Emily reportedly wrote that she was assaulted in her upcoming book, in which she said the singer touched her inappropriately.
The model revealed in her book that Robin had already got drunk on sets while filming a music video with her, before engaging in inappropriate actions.
She accused the singer of taking her breasts from behind.
“My head turned to the darkness beyond the scenery. [Director Diane Martel’s] her voice broke when she yelled at me, “Are you okay?” »», She would have written in her next book.
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