Pharrell Williams Says His Triplets Harmonize Their Cries: 'It's No Joke'
By Rachel McRady
Three’s company? Pharrell Williams has his hands full these days, caring for his infant triplets with wife, Helen Lasichanh. The 44-year-old music producer visited The Tonight Show on Monday, where he got real with host Jimmy Fallon about looking after his newborns.
“It’s a full-on assembly line,” he said, imitating changing and feeding each child. “No, it’s no joke. They harmonize when they cry. It’s real. Chain reaction is a real thing in our house. One cries, two cries, three cries.”
Williams went on to praise his wife of three years for her role in their children’s lives.
“I have to say, my wife carrying those babies -- and all of them are fine and healthy -- man, I cannot say enough about women and all kinds of burdens that they carry and the gifts that they carry,” he said. “My wife is everything. She’s the best.”
The couple also shares 8-year-old son Rocket, who is developing some of his own creative talents.
“Rocket is into architecture now, so we’re excited about that,” Williams said of his eldest. “He spends so much time on Minecraft that we’re worried. He builds these amazing little houses on that… He’s like, ‘Dad, this is modern, Dad, a modern beach home.’”