July 25, 2021 | 2:32pm
Robyn Dixon has a conflict with husband Juan Dixon on Sunday’s “RHOP.”
Robyn Dixon’s husband, Juan Dixon, tells her to “be better” while she shares her daily struggles on Sunday night’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Potomac.”
“It’s the pandemic! I just feel like everything just got all out of whack,” Robyn tells Juan in a preview clip for the episode, defending her newly formed habit of sleeping in late.
Juan is then heard saying, “You always make excuses. I’m tired of it. Be better, please.”
The clip sees Robyn — whose re-marriage plans to Juan stalled amid the pandemic — struggling to get out of bed to wake up the pair’s two sons, Corey, 13, and Carter, 11, for school.
After mustering enough energy to get Corey settled in for his day of online courses, Robyn retreats back to her bedroom to catch more shut-eye before Carter’s classes begin.
“You’re not awake?” a disappointed Juan presses Robyn. “We talked about this, Rob.”
Robyn pleads for an extra two minutes of sleep before Juan chimes in, “Yo, Robyn, you’re tripping. So, his class is at 9:10? And you’re going to wake up at 9:07? Robyn, you’ve got to get out of the bed. Go do something.”
In a confessional, Robyn shares more about the pandemic’s negative impact on her state of mind.
“I didn’t expect this pandemic to still be going on and I’ve been burned out. It’s nonstop. It’s homework, it’s dinner, it’s basketball practice,” she tells the camera. “I lost all of my motivation and it’s really hard to change.”
Robyn and Juan were previously married from 2005 until 2012, but continued to live together after their split. Following a reconciliation captured by “RHOP” cameras, Robyn accepted a second proposal from Juan in December 2019.
But the couple postponed their wedding plans because of the pandemic.
“Juan and I have been married before, we have kids, so it’s not as urgent for us as it is for other people who want to, like, get their family life started,” Robyn told Page Six earlier this month, explaining that she did not want to “deal with the uncertainty” of planning a wedding ceremony as pandemic-related guidelines continue to change.
They are considering holding a destination wedding next year.
“The Real Housewives of Potomac” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.