The pair have been together since high school and have a 3-year old son Julian together. After eight years of marriage, Patton reportedly had enough and filed for legal separation from the "Blurred Lines" singer.
Immediately Robin Thicke took to the stage and asked Patton to take him back. He even dedicated "Lost Without U" at his Fairfax concert right after the split. In addition, Thicke cancelled three of his concerts after the separation and just recently began performing again.
On Friday night at Madison Square Garden, Robin Thicke was at it again. In what could be considered romantic or embarrassing depending on who you ask, Thicke publicly expressed his desire to have his wife back again. He said on stage, "We gotta learn to forgive each other, learn to love each other ... no matter who it is in your family or relationship ... 'cause you're always gonna need your friends and family."
Despite what might have triggered Paula Patton to leave, there is no question that Robin Thicke loves his woman and wants her back. The question here seems to be whether Patton is willing to forgive him for whatever has happened in their relationship.