“From my perspective, I always let Robin speak through his music,” the former Growing Pains star told Us Weekly while adding that no matter the outcome he believes his son and Patton will make the right choices about their marriage. “We love them, they’re great people. Whatever they decide to do, it will be the right thing.”
Alan Thicke’s comments come amid a state of uncertainty for Patton and Robin Thicke. In February, the pair announced in a joint statement their decision to “mutually” separate after nearly nine years of marriage. The separation stemmed from rumors of cheating and incriminating photos of Thicke with other women.
“Robin wanted to save their marriage, but it was Paula’s choice and she ended it,” an insider told Us Weekly at the time. “Robin does not want this divorce.”
As for the possibility of a reconciliation between the couple, Alan Thicke did not give any indication of that happening anytime soon.