Robin Thicke and April Love Geary have had their COVID-19 jabs.
The 44-year-old singer and his fiancée - who got engaged in 2018 - celebrated having their vaccination with a dance in the car to Cardi Bi's 'Up'.
April quipped in the caption of a selfie of the pair holding their vaccination cards: "Couples who get the vaccine together, stay together."
She then crudely joked in the comments section: "Also fellas, getting the vaccine is BDE."
The pair did not disclose how they came to be called to have their jabs.
Meanwhile, Robin recently revealed he goes to couples therapy with his fiancée and his ex-wife.
The musician admitted talking things through with a “third party” has done wonders for his romance with April – with whom he has Mia, three, Lola, two, and Luca, three months – and revealed he attends regular therapy sessions with his ex Paula Patton, where they discuss the best ways to co-parent their 10-year-old son Julian.
He said: “Therapy is not for everybody all the time, but it definitely opens barriers for us, even just to go once or twice. If you’re struggling in your relationship, one visit, one conversation with a third party can change things.
“Couples therapy has been great for me and April, and it’s been great for me and Paula in co-parenting. We’ve had a few sessions and it’s really helped for us, so I am a total believer in therapy.”
The ‘Blurred Lines’ hitmaker added that whilst he understands some people may not want to “do therapy every week”, there are times when it becomes necessary.
He explained: “When you hit a wall and you know you’ve hit a wall and you’re standing still, a great way to knock that wall down is to have a third party or another person help you.”
Robin also recently said his relationship with Paula – whom he met in 1991, married in 2005, and separated from in 2014 – has “never been better” now that they’re just friends and co-parents.