Robin Thicke’s mother Gloria Loring has shared some pictures of her family. Click over to see pictures of Robin Thicke, Paula Patton , and their 8-month-old son Julian Thicke. More pictures are below!
My husband is Black. I am of mixed race, Puerto Rican and Black. My daughter is brown skin, same complexion as her father, with coarse hair and dark brown eyes. My son, complete opposite of his sister. Very pale skin color, though he has color, hazel eyes and light brown and reddish curly hair. When children are biracial or mixed, they can come out any complexion, any eye color, and hair color. I am not the least but shock that he looks full white. And so what that he does? He has 2 parents that love him and that is all that matters. I had a friend growing up and she is black and white, and you wouldn’t think she had any black in her.
WHENEVER a Black Woman and a White man have a child, that child is almost always WHITE-LOOKING. There are countless examples: Earth Kitt’s daughter Kitt Shapiro, singer Maya’s child, black actress Victoria Rowell’s daughter (blonde blue-eyed), actress Gabrielle Beauvais (two sons look White), black actress Stacey Dash’s daughter is platinum blonde and very white-looking. The list goes on and on…
Wow Gloria loring looks the same.She hasn’t aged a bit,I remember has Liz Chandler on Days of Our lives.Congrats robin and Paula.
What a beautiful, loving family! It’s wonderful they have all of this support–some interracial families are not as lucky. Their son is SO cute!!
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He’ll grow into his looks…
OMG!! He is so adorable. He’s a happy baby.
The ignorance displayed in these comments is staggering. It’s no wonder black people have the issues we do. We can’t even respect ourselves, yet we expect others to? Get a grip people. His mother is biracial, why exactly is it shocking to anyone that he is so fair. He could have been anywhere in the spectrum. Some of you really must be operating on very little education. BCK really needs to start moderating these comments.
Your displaying ignorance right now by saying Paula Patton is biracial when she has stated she is black and has two black parents that apparantely have a mixed lineage. See how it doesn’t help to try and kick knowledge when you yourself don’t even have your facts straight!
Um…no. Her mom is white, her dad is black. She identifies herself as black rather than bi-racial, but that doesn’t change the reality.
she should be allowed to define herself however she chooses to
When he grows up he will probably look like Adam Clayton Powell or Walter Francis White, who was very light and led the NAACP for over 25 years. Julian is a happy, healthy baby and I know the family feels blessed to have him. Paula & Robin waited years before having a child.
Congratulations on the new addition to your family Robin and Paula. He’s a little cutie and I’m sure the apple of your eye.
Whether one drop, 1/2 or 90% We love them all and they are all welcome in the big family tree.
Blackness is not all about color it is also about culture and his culture will be American with emphasis on African American. There are millions of A.Americans who are not dark in color but still are part of the African American culture. I have a mixed race family and we are still a part of the African diaspora as much as anybody else.
Black is not a culture.You don’t choose to be black. WTF!
He looks like Boris Becker’s son. Like Victoria Rowell’s, Kayrn Parson, Rae Dawn Chong’s, Lisa Bonet’s kids. He just took up more after Robin.
Lisa Bonnets kids look biracial her son looks white I don’t get your comparison.
the grandma is happy… for sure
Wow. What a cutie. I didn’t expect Julian to look like that at all but a beautiful family they are indeed. I LOVE Robin and Paula!
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