Robin Thicke's eight-year-old son was his date for the Grammy awards.
The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker walked the red carpet at Los Angeles' Staples Center on Sunday (10.02.19) with Julian, his only child with ex-wife Paula Patton, and the 41-year-old singer - who also has daughter Mia, 11 months, with pregnant fiancee April Love Geary - was very proud to have the youngster by his side.
He shared a photo on Instagram along with the caption: ''Thicke Boys! Grammys here we come!''
And Robin wasn't the only star to take his child to the ceremony, as Ricky Martin - who joined Ariana Grande to open the show - was joined by Matteo, one of his 10-year-old twins.
Like Robin, the 'Livin' La Vida Loca' hitmaker also shared a photo of himself and his young date on Instagram.
Ricky - who is also dad to Matteo's twin brother Valentino, and two-month-old daughter Lucia, who he has with husband Jwan Yosef - captioned the picture: ''Cool cat for a date at The Grammys!!!''
Pete Wentz and his two sons, 10-year-old Bronx - who he has with first wife Ashlee Simpson - and four-year-old Saint stepped out in matching tuxedos and posed on the red carpet alongside his partner Meagan Camper, though the couple's second child, eight-month-old Marvel didn't appear to be in attendance.
Meanwhile, Beck's 11-year-old daughter Tuesday - who, along with son Cosmo, 14, he has with wife Marissa Ribisi - was also at the ceremony to cheer for her dad when he won the Best Alternative Album for 'Colors'.
Diana Ross' daughter, Rhonda Ross Kendrick, was accompanied onto the red carpet by her son Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick, and the nine year old later took to the stage to pay tribute to his ''amazing grand-mommy'' ahead of a special performance to mark her upcoming 75th birthday.
The youngster said: ''She is amazing. Young people like me can look up to her for her independence, confidence and willingness to be her unique self. she has shown the world that nothing is beyond our reach. So, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome my grand-mommy Diana Ross.''
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