Robin Thicke thinks his three-year-old child is what brings him good fortune.
Robin Thicke says his son brings him luck.
The Blurred Lines singer believes his little boy, Julian Fuego brings him good fortune.
“He’s obviously the best thing that’s ever happened to me. He’s my good luck charm,” he told People magazine.
Little Julian is reportedly determined to follow in his father’s footsteps.
The 36-year-old star, who is currently enjoying holding both the US number one album and single spots gushed:“He’s three and wants to be a rock star! He’s always talking about hooking up with the band. “He tells me he’s going to New York and ‘They’re going to pay me, Daddy!’ It’s cute and adorable.”
While Robin has had plenty of time to practice his dance moves with the likes of Pharrell Williams, the youngster, who he shares with wife Paula Patton, is his biggest dance rival.
“He can get down,” Robin confessed. “I groove. I wouldn’t insult dancers by saying I’m dancing. I call myself a groove man.”
Patton, 37, recently called herself a “guy’s girl” because of her family influence.
Apparently all the testosterone in the home has rubbed off on the star, who plays a tough DEA agent in new movie 2 Guns.
She admits she can be intense at times, but Robin never seems to mind.
“I’ve always been athletic; I can hang with the guys, I get too aggressive sometimes. Once, I got a black eye playing soccer with friends,” she laughed.
Paula insists that Robin loves that about her and the hunk has always been very supportive.
“My husband was like, ‘Yo dude, that’s my wife!’" Paula grinned.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Thursday, 15. August 2013