Guys’ Night Out! Robin Thicke Brings Son Julian, 8½, as His Date to a 2019 Grammys

Robin Thicke’s date to a 2019 Grammys Sunday night? His son, Julian Fuego.

The “Blurred Lines” singer and his 8½-year-old small child were a ideal span as they walked a red runner together during Los Angeles’ Staples Center, with Thicke given in a white jacket, dim shirt, black trousers and a crawl tie.

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Julian looked pointy to compare his dad, sporting a crawl tie of his possess above a navy coupler and black pants — finish with a red rose merged to a front of his jacket.

“Thicke Boys! Grammys here we come!” a star captioned a snapshot of a duo forward of a ceremony.

Thicke walked alongside Lady Gaga on a red runner and introduced the A Star Is Born actress and thespian to his son, when she focussed down to contend hi to a youngster.

Robin Thicke and son Julian

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Robin Thicke and Apr Love Geary

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While The Masked Singer judge’s profound fiancée April Love Geary wasn’t along for a float Sunday evening, she did accompany Thicke, 41, to Roc Nation’s pre-Grammys brunch on Saturday in Los Angeles.

Reporters held adult with Thicke during a event, who suggested Julian would be concomitant him to Sunday’s awards rite for a initial time.

“He’s been listening to Lauryn Hill,” a star pronounced of Julian, his usually child with ex-wife Paula Patton. “He wants to be a thespian and he has a good voice, so he’s unequivocally vehement to see Drake and Cardi B and all kinds of people.”

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Robin Thicke, Apr Love Geary and daughter Mia

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The “happy father” is awaiting once again with indication Geary, 24, who is due to give birth to a couple’s second small lady in March. They also share daughter Mia Love, 1 on Feb. 22.

“When we already have a baby to take caring of, you’ve got copiousness to do,” Thicke told reporters when asked how he was scheming for his third child on a way. “The closer we get, now we’re removing unequivocally excited and anxious, and we’re unequivocally prepared for a new baby to come.”

And while he creates his best efforts to “dote on” his profound fiancée, he joked, “It is never enough. You can never love too much.”

The 61st Grammy Awards, hosted by Alicia Keys, are broadcasting live from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10, during 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS.