The Lion King: Pharrell Williams strikes an animated pose on the yellow carpet alongside wife Helen Lasichanh at London premiere

They tied the knot in October 2013 after several years of dating.

And Pharrell Williams, 46, and his wife Helen Lasichanh, 38, were every inch the happy couple as they attended the premiere of The Lion King in London’s Leicester Square on Sunday.

The N.E.R.D singer showed off his trendy sense of style with a black blazer and bow tie which he paired with a crisp white shirt and black shorts.

Model Helen donned a black long-sleeved dress with a high collar and a pleated, layered skirt.

Carrying a black clutch bag, she added height to her frame with a matching pair of heels.

Pharrell looked in high spirits on the yellow carpet, pulling a series of animated poses for photographers.

Last year, the singer gushed over his wife in an interview with ES Magazine while discussing the birth of their children, a boy, Rocket, born in 2008, and triplets born in 2017.

He said: ‘I’m in awe of women and my wife. To carry another heartbeat inside your body for nine months — in my wife’s case she had four heartbeats — is beyond anything a man can give back to the universe.

‘To give life. That’s something that has changed me, just the infinite amount of respect and gratitude I’m blessed with.’

Last September, in an interview with Clash magazine, Pharrell reflected on the recent ten-year anniversary of N.E.R.D’s ‘Seeing Sounds’ as well as the fifteenth anniversary of ‘Frontin’.

Asked if he reflects on the group’s past successes, Pharrell said he prefers to look forward.

He said: ‘I don’t usually, but the fans will show me. And then I’m like ‘Wow, it’s been ten years,’ or ‘Wow, it’s been fifteen!’ You know?

‘I’m always grateful about any kind of acknowledgement, but I think my current settings, my current modus operandi, is about moving forward, making sure anything I do just feels like it’s timeless.

‘So it’s not just a good idea for that moment, but “Man, how’s it going to feel in ten years?” ‘

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