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Robin Thicke and Paula Patton's Newborn Son Named Julian Fuego

April 8, 2010 (2:35 am) GMT
On Tuesday, April 6, couple Robin Thicke and Paula Patton has welcomed their first baby and named their son Julian Fuego.
Paula Patton, Robin Thicke

Soul star and his actress wife have welcomed their first child - a baby boy. The couple announced Patton was pregnant in October 2009, four years after they walked down the aisle, and they were celebrating on Tuesday, April 6 after baby Julian Fuego was born in Los Angeles.

A rep for Thicke tells People, "Mother, father and son are all doing well." The crooner scrapped his segment of his tour with at L.A.'s Staples Center on Tuesday to rush to the hospital, with the "Fallin'" hitmaker later offering her congratulations to the new dad on stage.

Moreover, Robin Thicke's father, Alan Thicke, revealed his excitement of welcoming his grandson. Talking to ET Canada, he said, "thrilled to welcome my second fabulous grandson, Julian! He already has Robin's voice, Paula's sense of drama - he arrived a little early - and my hair. He'll visit Kirkland Lake at the earliest opportunity."

Previously, Paula Patton, who plays Ms. Rain in "", shared about her pregnancy with Women's Health. "You can get into that cycle of 'What's next? What's next?' But I thought, I want to have children, and I'm not getting any younger," she stated. "I didn't know if it would be hard for me to get pregnant. He's so proud of himself, it's ridiculous."

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