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Total Destruction! Robin Thicke's Malibu Dream Home Burned Down – See The Photos

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Nov. 17 2018, Updated 10:07 p.m. ET

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Robin Thicke and April Love Geary lost everything in The Woolsey Fire. Their stunning Malibu house was burned to the ground in the wildfire leaving the couple devastated. RadarOnline.com has images of the carnage – click through for more.

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The once beautiful ocean perched home is now a charred ruin after being destroyed by the inferno.

See Robin Thicke's Burned Down House Photos
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The wildfires swept down the hillside and engulfed the multi-million dollar property meaning Thicke, 41, and Geary, 23, lost everything.

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See Robin Thicke's Burned Down House Photos
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Thicke and his pregnant girlfriend were spotted picking through the rubble and are now staying with friends.

See Robin Thicke's Burned Down House Photos
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The stunning model is expecting their second child – she gave birth to her first child Mia Love Thicke this February.

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See Robin Thicke's Burned Down House Photos
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Robin, who has a eight-year-old son called Julian with his ex-wife Paula Patton, evacuated the Malibu property last week as flames started to encircle the area.

See Robin Thicke's Burned Down House Photos
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Smoke engulfed the area and the pair was not sure if the house had been destroyed. Geary wrote on an Instagram image: "Our house is somewhere in there. I'm so sad but so thankful that we all made it out safe. Praying for everyone in Malibu, our city is up in flames."

See Robin Thicke's Burned Down House Photos
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Sadly, the house was totally destroyed by the wildfires and the couple, like many other people are now trying to rebuild their lives.

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