Robin Thicke & Paula Patton Welcome Son Julian Fuego

Robin Thicke & Paula Patton Welcome Son Julian Fuego

Precious actress Paula Patton, 34, and R&B crooner husband Robin Thicke have welcomed their first child, reports PEOPLE. Son Julian Fuego was born Tuesday (April 6) in Los Angeles, Ca.

A rep for the couple says, “Mother, father and son are all doing well.”

Thicke, 32, announced the news that they were expecting a boy in December and in the same interview he revealed his biggest parenting fear, saying, “…my biggest fear is being able to be there, because I don’t know if kids ever think their parents were there enough.”

The couple, who met in high school at age 14, have been married since 2005.

Filed under: Births,Paula Patton,Robin Thicke

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  1. Anonymous

    CONGRATS!!! I know that will be one beautiful baby…I am soo happy for them!

  2. Anonymous

    If she’ 34 and he’s 32, how could they have met when they were both 14? Are they aging at different rates?

  3. melo1983

    Wow, finally!!! Congrats!

  4. Anonymous

    Congratulations! Beautiful couple.

  5. Gina

    Congrats to them! Paula is such a down to earth women and Robin seems the same. I’m sure that baby will be gorgeous!

  6. Anonymous

    He’s actually 33. Birthday: 3/10/77

  7. Anonymous

    Can’t wait to see the face of this beautiful fusion!

  8. Lioness

    Bet it’ll be one gorgeous kid- congrats to them both, that’s wonderful. And I’m usually a big fan of unique or original names- but I don’t think I like Julian Fuego. Doesn’t flow well together in my opinion- sounds like they were trying too hard to come up with something memorable. Fuego? I think even “Fire” would sound better (fuego means “fire” in Spanish, for those that don’t know). Anyway, just my two cents- again, congrats to them!

  9. Anonymous

    congratulations !

    gorgeous couple !
    i cant wait to see the beautiful child . =]


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