When you’re the least popular man in the world man among feminists and a young girl ‘twerks’ against you live in front of millions of people, it’s time to go on the charm offensive. That’s what Robin Thicke’s PR people have done. They don’t want any blurred lines: he’s a nice guy - that’s the party line.

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Of course, he’s not really a nice guy. No one who sings ‘You’re a good girl, you know you want it’ can truly be a ‘nice guy’ – but he loves his wife. Come on people, he loves his wife!

The pair were asked if they’d “been there” for each other during the “inevitable down moments in a showbiz career.” So, were you there for eachother, guys? "Oh, without question. I don't know if I would still be alive in some ways if it wasn't for Paula. She's been my rock, my muse, my inspiration and I love her. The whole way," Robin said. "Life is full of peaks and valleys. Robin has always been a great person to remind me to celebrate now,” his wife, Paula, added.

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It’s great to know this married couple have been there for eachother isn’t it? And what’s even better is that they’re crafting a mini-Thicke – their son is already showing musical tendencies to take his daddy’s brand of misogyny into another generation.

“He writes all his own songs and performs them and introduces himself – “Ladies and gentlemen, Julian Fuego Thicke!” He even wakes up in his sleep sometimes, introduces himself like that and falls back asleep. He’s hilarious,” Thicke enthused to Prestige Hong Kong.