Guys' Night Out! Robin Thicke Brings Son Julian, 8½, as His Date to the 2019 Grammys
Robin Thicke told reporters ahead of the Grammys that he's "getting really excited and anxious" for his third child on the way and "ready for the new baby"
The “Blurred Lines” singer and his 8½-year-old little boy were the perfect pair as they walked the red carpet together at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, with Thicke outfitted in a white jacket, dark shirt, black trousers and a bow tie.
Julian looked sharp to match his dad, sporting a bow tie of his own above a navy jacket and black pants — complete with a red rose affixed to the front of his jacket.
“Thicke Boys! Grammys here we come!” the star captioned a snapshot of the duo ahead of the ceremony.
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While The Masked Singer judge’s pregnant fiancée April Love Geary wasn’t along for the ride Sunday evening, she did accompany Thicke, 41, to Roc Nation’s pre-Grammys brunch on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Reporters caught up with Thicke at the event, who revealed Julian would be accompanying him to Sunday’s awards ceremony for the first time.
“He’s been listening to Lauryn Hill,” the star said of Julian, his only child with ex-wife Paula Patton. “He wants to be a singer and he has a great voice, so he’s very excited to see Drake and Cardi B and all kinds of people.”
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“When you already have a baby to take care of, you’ve got plenty to do,” Thicke told reporters when asked how he was preparing for his third child on the way. “The closer we get, now we’re getting really excited and anxious, and we’re very ready for the new baby to come.”
And while he makes his best efforts to “dote on” his pregnant fiancée, he joked, “It is never enough. You can never dote too much.”