Pharrell Williams says his triplets harmonize when they cry

By Hayley Bradbrook

Looks like Pharrell's triplets have inherited his musical chops. The 44-year-old music producer revealed to Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on The Tonight Show on Monday (June 27) that his three little ones harmonize when they cry.

“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," the proud father explained to the late night host, before adding that his diaper squad is a "full-on assembly line."

Pharrell's three youngest children, who arrived in early January, aren't the only artistically talented members of the Williams’ family. The GRAMMY award winner mentioned that his eldest son Rocket, 8, is also very creative. “Rocket is into architecture now, so we’re excited about that. He spends so much time on Minecraft that we’re worried. He builds these amazing little houses [and] He’s like, ‘Dad, this is modern, Dad, a modern beach home.'"

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While the father of four couldn’t stop gushing about his amazing children he also had nothing but praise for his wonderful wife Helen Lasichanh. “I cannot say enough about women and all kinds of burdens that they carry and the gifts that they carry. My wife is everything. She’s the best," he exclaimed.

He added: "My wife is SEAL Team Six. There's nothing she can't do. I mean, she carried those three bodies, and she's just on it all the time.”

Despite his hectic home life, the award-winning producer refuses to cut back on his professional endeavours, which includes composing the soundtrack for Despicable Me 3 (in theatres June 30). "Honestly, I have to work," he stated on the Today show.” I've got work to do and music to make."

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