You read that right! Pharrell Williams has twelve nurses to help care for his and wife Helen Lasichanh’s triplets.
“We’re not alone,” Pharrell tells the hosts of Good Morning America: Day. “First of all, my wife and I, we also have our older son, Rocket, who is an amazing big brother. Our parents are involved, and we also have a staff.”
Pharrell further delves into the makeup of his staff by saying, “In terms of nurses, we have like, 12 people. Twelve ladies are in constant rotation: three in the morning, two at night.” Sara Haines admits that Pharrell’s use of a village to help rear his kids is quite impressive. “I’ve got to up my game,” the co-host says.
Pharrell’s latest comments about the number of staff members that he and Helen have to help with the kids comes one year after the musician praised his wife for holding down the fort.
“My wife is (U.S. Navy special forces) SEAL Team Six,” Pharrell said during an interview with TODAY. “There’s nothing she can’t do,” the celebrity father gushed. “I mean, she carried those three bodies, and she’s just on it all the time,” he added.
Pharrell Williams also gets his fair share of parenting at home. He recently told media that his triplets manage to synchronize their cries. “I have a tribe,” Williams admitted to the press. “It’s an assembly line. They harmonize [when they cry]. It’s ‘Waah! Waah! Waah!’ all at the same time. Like one cries, the next one cries, the next one cries. They’re hungry, they’re hungry, they’re hungry.”
Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams welcomed their triplets, who remain nameless in the public sphere, last year. Stay tuned for more celebrity family news!