Pharrell's newborn triplets 'healthy and happy'

Helen Lasichanh with her husband Pharrell Williams. The pair have added triplets to their family. Photo/AP
Helen Lasichanh with her husband Pharrell Williams. The pair have added triplets to their family. Photo/AP

Pharrell Williams' wife has given birth to triplets.

The Happy hitmaker and spouse Helen Lasichanh - who also have son Rocket, eight, together - welcomed three babies into the world earlier this month, a spokesperson for the singer has confirmed to Vanity Fair.

The representative declined to reveal the gender or names of the tots, but said the family are all "healthy and happy".

Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams, both wearing Chanel, attend the Chanel dinner celebrating N°5 L'Eau. Photo / Getty Images
Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams, both wearing Chanel, attend the Chanel dinner celebrating N°5 L'Eau. Photo / Getty Images

In September, Helen's growing baby bump was spotted at a Chanel's No 5 L'Eau fragrance party in Los Angeles, but there was no indication at the time that the pair were expecting triplets.

Meanwhile, the 43-year-old music producer previously opened up his family life, revealing he loves spending time in the sea in his hometown of Miami.

Writing a piece to mark World Oceans Day, he shared: "Of all the elements, the one I identify most with is water. I grew up in Virginia Beach. I live in Miami. I love boats and I adore being out in the ocean - it's the best feeling in the world.

" Sometimes I feel like I live on water. Most of my ideas come to me in the shower and the sea always inspires my work.

"So you can see why water is a huge inspiration to me. It's important for us to act because the ocean is what we all live off - it's our everything and we cannot afford to hurt it."

Helen Lasichanh (L) and Rocket Ayer Williams attend the ceremony honoring Pharrell Williams. Photo / Getty Images
Helen Lasichanh (L) and Rocket Ayer Williams attend the ceremony honoring Pharrell Williams. Photo / Getty Images

And Pharrell also previously opened up about why him and Helen chose to name their son Rocket.

He said: "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."

- Bang! Showbiz

Get the news delivered straight to your inbox

Receive the day’s news, sport and entertainment in our daily email newsletter

SIGN UP NOW

© Copyright 2017, NZME. Publishing Limited

Assembled by: (static) on production bpcf03 at 30 Apr 2017 00:48:39 Processing Time: 490ms