AceShowbiz - Robin Thicke is having a new addition to his growing family. The 40-year-old R&B singer is expecting a baby with his girlfriend of more than two years, April Love Geary. The mom-to-be broke the news on Instagram. She is due to give birth next year.
The 22-year-old model shared a picture of her ultrasound scan. "Robin and I are very excited to share with you all that we're having a baby! The due date is March 1st, Alan's birthday!" she wrote in the caption, referring to Robin's late father Alan Thicke.
The blonde beauty showed off her baby bump in another photo. She sat cross-legged, baring her stomach in floral bikini. The picture was taken her babymoon with baby daddy in Hawaii. "Happy in Hawaii with my lil peanut," so she told her online followers.
The baby's sex is still unknown. It's the first child for April and the second one for Robin. He shares a 7-year-old son named Julian Fuego Thicke with former wife Paula Patton. The couple split in 2014 after 21 years together and almost 9 years of marriage.
He attempted to win his ex back with an album called "Paula" and a single titled "Get Her Back". It was a flop and he later said that he regretted it. "Look, my songwriting has always been autobiographical, and always will be," he said in 2016. "The Paula album was no different. I was struggling through my toughest time, and I decided to share it. In hindsight, the only thing I would have done differently was, I wouldn’t have promoted it or sold it. I would have given it away. That would have kept the purity of the message intact."
He then moved on with April and went public with their romance in 2015. "We're out here LIVING while most of y'all are still bothered by an age gap," she responded to their 18-year age gap.
Robin lost his father Alan in December 2016. The actor collapsed while playing hockey with his son Carter at Pickwick Gardens in Burbank, California. He died of type-A aortic dissection at the Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center. He was 69. He was buried at Santa Barbara Cemetery. His former "Growing Pains" co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and fellow actor Bob Saget were among the stars attending his funeral.