We wish the pair the best - and can't help thinking if all three mini-Pharrells would fit into that massive hat we wore one time.
Pharrell and model/designer wife Helen Lasichanh just confirmed they've had triplets!
The "Happy" singer, 43, announced that he and Helen, 36, welcomed triplets in January.
The "Happy" rap star and Lasichanh adds the trio to their family tree beside their 8-year-old son, Rocket Ayer.
The couple, who have been married since 2013, are already parents to eight-year-old son Rocket Williams.
"In the same way the Indians named their children behind a force or animal or element, we named him after a man-made machine that was meant to go up, meant to ascend", he explained.
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It will also have to be approved by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman , who supports the amendment. New Yorkers are a little less negative about the new president.
It was revealed that Pharrell and Helen were set to become parents again past year.
We first learned of the pregnancy when Helen revealed her baby bump at N°5 L'EAU party for Chanel in West Hollywood in September 2016.
Lasichanh is notable in her own right: She's a model and a designer, according to The Huffington Post.
It's shaping up to be a busy year for Williams.
Congrats to Pharrell and his growing family!
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