Singer Robin Thicke was spotted out yesterday, showing off his puffier frame.

Paparazzi caught up with the singer as was getting back to his ride after having a solo lunch at Soho House in Malibu.

And Robin was sporting a bunch of extra weight. We can't blame him for putting on a few, given that his wife just gave birth to their second child a few months back.

Robin announced that his second daughter was born in February. Here's what she posted on Instagram:

“Lola Alain Thicke was born this morning 2/26/19 at 8:21 am,” Thicke captioned a father-daughter pic Opens a New Window. on Instagram taken at the hospital. “Thank you God and April Love for this blessing! #fatherofthree.”

April Geary, 24, revealed in August that she and Thicke, 41, were expecting their second child just six months after welcoming their daughter Mia. The “Blurred Lines” singer also shares 8-year-old son Julian with his ex-wife, Paula Patton. 

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Thicke's demo made its way to R&B artist Brian McKnight, who was impressed enough by Thicke to invite him into the studio to work with him. Thicke was signed to McKnight's production company; "Anyway", a song co-written with Thicke, was featured on McKnight's second album I Remember You. Thicke's peers jokingly nicknamed him "Brian McWhite". It was Thicke's association with McKnight, who Thicke counts as one of his first mentors, that led him to his acquaintance with Jimmy Iovine and helped him to land his first recording contract with Interscope Records at the age of 16.

Thicke moved out on his own at age 17, during his senior year of high school, earning a living and supporting himself as a professional record producer and songwriter. Thicke has noted that while his parents did not attempt to dissuade him from his desire to be in the music industry, their own experience with the nature of the entertainment business made them leery in the beginning. As Thicke's list of credits grew so did his parents' confidence in his decision.