Pharrell Williams and his wife, Helen Lasichanh, welcomed triplets earlier in January, but the public is just finding out about the births. Their rep confirmed the news on January 31 and said the family is happy and healthy. This makes four children for the family. No details have been revealed about the Babies' gender and names. It was back in September when it was confirmed that the model and designer was pregnant when the couple was seen out together at a Chanel fragrance party in Los Angeles. People saw Helen's baby bump. However, it was never revealed that she was pregnant with three babies.

Pharrell's growing family

Pharrell, 43, and Helen, 36, already had an 8-year-old son named Rocket Ayer. The music producer has previously spoken about his love for his son and even wrote the "Despicable Me" song "Rocket’s Theme" in honor of his only child at the time. Pharrell went on to say that Rocket received his name the same the way the Indians named their children after what was important to them at the time of the birth. Rocket was named after a rocket that is meant to go up. Perhaps the triplets will have names with similar meanings.

Pharrell dated Helen for five years before they got married in October 2013. "The Voice" coach has often talked about being a family man. Now he and Helen have gone from having only one child to having four children.

Pharrell kept the triplets a secret from the public probably for good reasons, but his fans would like to know more about the babies. When the time is right, his rep might share additional details about them. It is good to know that Pharrell and his family are "happy."

Celebrity babies in January

Pharrell Williams is not the only celebrity to welcome babies in January.

Janet Jackson welcomed a son on January 3 at the age of 50. "Dancing with the Stars" professional dancers, Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy welcomed a baby girl on January 4. They did share information about their babies, including their gender and names. However, no pictures of their babies have been seen yet.