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Pharrell Has His Hands Full Raising Triplets

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'It's a full-on assembly line'

Pharrell Williams has been keeping a deceptively low profile these days. Lest you think he's been chillaxing or jet-setting, allow us to set the record straight: the singer and Despicable Me 3 composer has his hands very full with his 3-month-old triplets. (Oh yeah, remember them?)

Williams chatted with Jimmy Fallon on Monday night's Tonight Show about how his life with wife Helen Lasichanh has become all kids all the time.

“It’s a full-on assembly line,” Williams joked. "All of them are fine and healthy.”

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It sounds like the babies inherited their papa's musical genes. Williams said, “They harmonize when they cry. When one cries, two cry, then three cry. Chain reaction is a real thing at our house.”

We don't know much about the triplets, as Williams and Lasichanh have declined to reveal the sex or names of the babies (a very Bey-Jay move, you two), who arrived in January 2017. The couple got hitched in 2013.

More: Dad takes his turn putting triplets and a toddler to bed

And the triplets aren't the only ones keeping the couple busy. They're also the parents of the very coolly named Rocket Ayer, 8.

Williams is clearly busting with pride about his oldest. "Rocket is into architecture now,” Williams told Fallon.

We're not sure what "into architecture" means for an 8-year-old — maybe building an elaborately soundproofed escape room to get away from his wailing siblings? Good luck, Rocket!

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