Paula Patton used to ghostwrite songs for Robin Thicke

Acting professional Paula Patton has revealed she was a ghostwriter for ex-husband Robin Thicke under the pseudonym Utmost Haddington.

Patton, 42, has credits on songs like “Magic”, “Dreamworld”, “Enter My Way” and “Diamond jewelry”.

“We did it mutually since we were kids. I had been with Robin since I was 15-years-old. You know, Robin and I composed a lot of songs mutually… My name on the albums is Maximum Haddington. I got like (to Robin), ‘Well, Potential Haddington will just seem to be like another article writer with you, so that it doesn’t seem to be like you’re writing with your lady’,” the actor informed New York’s Hot 97 radio station.

In the mean time, Patton and Thicke have found ”harmony and calmness” for the sake of their eight-year-old kid Julian, and he is enjoying being a huge sibling to the singer’s newborn little girl Mia, who he has with partner April Love Geary.

”He loves being a brother. It’s a best part. I feel that family, no matter what – divided, (or if) it’s in new places – you have to find harmony and serenity for your kids. He is for the reason that place right now and it’s really a lovely thing to see. He absolutely adores his little sister Mia,” she said. PTI