He may be riding high off of his latest hit, Happy.
But on Friday, Pharrell Williams was captured looking a little glum.
The 41-year-old singer left the C Restaurant in London alongside his wife Helen Lasichanh with a weary expression upon his face, all the while sporting his signature fashion accessory: an over-sized hat.
Slightly glum: Pharrell Williams looked weary while exiting the C Restaurant in London on Friday night
The Blurred Lines singer teamed a Mark McNairy T-shirt with a spotted jacket and a pearl necklace.
He wore loose jeans and a pair of black trainers with a floral embellishment upon the toe of his left foot.
Helen – who married Pharrell in October 2013 – whisked alongside her husband in a navy Chanel sweatshirt, denim shorts, and checkered leggings.
A little weary: The Happy singer left the restaurant in a comfortable outfit that included a spotted jacket and striped T-shirt.
There she is! The musician’s wife, Helen Lasichanh, whisked by with a casual Chanel sweatshirt
Stylish: The Get Lucky singer wore a spotted jacket and black trainers with a floral embellishment upon the left foot
The statuesque model wore her short hair in a side-swept ‘do, and accessorized with a Chanel rosary.
Earlier that day, the singer made a pit stop at BBC Radio Two studios in London to chat with Steve Wright.
The slim musician wore a pair of cat-eye sunglasses and gave a friendly wave to the crowd as he entered the studio.
Hello there! The musician made a pit stop at BBC Radio Two studios in London on Friday
Looking good: The Gust Of Wind singer gave a friendly wave as admirers waited nearby with notepads
He remarked on the Steve Wright In The Afternoon show of the song Happy: ‘I did the song, but at the end of the day, it’s the reaction that I’m so thankful for ’cause if they hadn’t reacted the way that they had, then it wouldn’t have gone number one.’
The song has has been at the center of a political firestorm which saw several young Iranians arrested after uploading a video of themselves dancing to the hit song on Youtube.
The Get Lucky singer expressed on Twitter on Tuesday: ‘It’s beyond sad these kids were arrested for trying to spread happiness.’
According to CNN, the group – save for the director of the video – have since been freed amid growing support for the dancers through social media.
Let’s chat: The married musician stopped by BBC Radio Two studios to talk with radio host Steve Wright.