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While Robin Thicke is making it no secret that he’s working hard to get back into his wife’s good graces, Paula Patton took to social media to express her thoughts. A few days ago, with a symbol of a broken heart she posted a picture that read:

“Everything happens for a reason.”

“If you love something let it go, If it comes back to you it’s yours, If it doesn’t, it never was and it’s not meant to be.”

Patton and the couple’s son Julian Fuego were recently involved in a minor car accident while being chased by the paparazzi. No one was hurt.

Meanwhile, in addition to telling the paparazzi of his plans to get his girl back, Thicke allegedly became very emotional during a performance of “Lost Without You” in Washington D.C.. He opened the song by expressing a few thoughts on the situation to the audience:

“For those who don’t know, my wife and I separated a few days ago. Yeah… I want everyone in here to know that I’m trying to get my girl back.  You know, she told me you should go out there and tell the truth. You should tell them that you are trying to get her back.  She’s a good woman, you know. It’s hard to sit here in front of everybody, but you know what I want you to help me with, I want you to help me with this next song. If you got somebody with you tonight that you love, and you appreciate, hold on tight to them. Take care of them.  I want to dedicate this song to her. I wrote this about her, and I need y’all help to get through it.”

Hoards of flowers have been seen being delivered to the couple’s home.

Like we said before, we hope these two are able to work things out since they been together for such a long time. Despite some of the antics that unfortunately Thicke has found himself in the middle of over the past few months, it’s obvious the man is going through it without his wife.

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