Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Pharrell Williams and Wife Helen Lasichanh Welcome Triplets

The singer and wife Helen Lasichanh have welcomed triplets, Williams’ rep confirms to PEOPLE.
The babies arrived in early January, Vanity Fair reports.“Pharrell, Helen and Rocket Williams have welcomed triplets. 
The rep declined to reveal the babies’ sexes or names, or to confirm or deny rumors that Lasichahn’s multiple births are a result of fertility drugs

WENN.com — The new additions certainly make for a busy 2017 for the Happy singer. After he walked in Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel fashion show in December (16), it was announced that he would be the first-ever man to model in a Chanel handbag campaign, alongside Cara Delevingne and Kristen Stewart.
Pharrell has also been popping up on the awards show circuit too, having been involved as a producer on the Academy Award-nominated movie Hidden Figures. The movie nabbed the best ensemble award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday (29Jan17), and is hotly tipped to be in the running for an Oscar as well.
The family is happy and healthy!” his rep says.
No details on the sex or names of the babies have been released.
Williams’ “Blurred Lines” collaborator T.I. took to Twitter to send his well wishes to the new father of four.
“Congrats big bro!!!” he tweeted.
Williams and Lasichanh, who wed in October 2013, are already parents to 8-year-old son Rocket Ayer.
The duo broke the news that they were expecting again in September 2016 when Lasichanh, 36, showed off her baby bump at a Chanel-hosted dinner to celebrate their new fragrance N°5 L’EAU. However, they did not share that three new additions would be joining their family.
Lasichanh, a model and designer, and Williams, 43, were together for years before tying the knot.
“It’s awesome,” the Voice coach previously told Savannah Guthrie of his relationship with Lasichanh. “The bestie thing is awesome. Every night is like a sleepover.”

In a sit-down interview with Oprah in 2014, Williams explained the meaning behind his first child’s name.
“In the same way the Indians named their children after 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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