Some People Are Saying That Robin Thicke Is Engaged to His 20-Year-Old Girlfriend

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Is love really dead? Apparently not, according to Robin Thicke.

Though the Summer of Splits continue to plague Hollywood, word has it that the “Blurred Lines,” 38, singer has recently become engaged to girlfriend April Love Geary, 20.

“Robin recently proposed to April and she said yes,” a source tellsLife & Style. “He doesn’t want to risk losing her.”

Thicke, whose divorce with Paula Patton was finalized four months ago, has only been dating Geary since October. Though they have yet to hit their one-year anniversary as a couple, an insider claims things between the two are very serious.

“Robin’s moving really quick with the relationship,” the source says, adding that Thicke’s parents have “told him to take some time and not rush into marriage again so soon” but their advice was ignore. “They go almost everywhere together. He’s totally obsessed with her.”

In May, Thicke and Geary made headlines when the two were reportedly being “obnoxious” aboard a plane flying out of Los Angeles and heading to the Caribbean. According to one passenger, Thicke was blocking the walkway as he kept kissing his much, much younger girlfriend.

“He was standing in the aisle as people boarded, leaning over to make out with her,” said a Page Six source at the time. “He was blocking the way. She was giggling. It was obnoxious. He was just like, ‘Oh, sorry.'”

If the engagement rumors are true, this will be Thicke’s second marriage. He was previously married to Patton, who he met when he was a teenager, for nine years. They share a son named Julian together.

To put things into perspective, this means Thicke will wed someone that wasn’t even alive when he first met his first wife. Take a moment to let that sink in.