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Michael Bublé & Wife to Welcome 4th Baby Who May Be Their Last Child after 1st Son's Long Cancer Battle

Junie Sihlangu
May 20, 2022
06:30 P.M.
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Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato's first child gave them quite a scare when he was diagnosed with cancer. However, that didn't stop the couple from growing their family, but it might be different this time.

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In February 2022, Michael Bublé was interviewed on Ryan Seacrest's "On Air With Ryan Seacrest," where he spoke openly about his family. The musician spoke highly about his wife, Luisana Lopilato.

The pair, who have been happily married for several years, share a couple of children. Lopilato is quite famous in her own right in her homeland of Argentina, where she's worked as a singer, model, and actress.

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Speaking proudly about his wife, Michael told Seacrest, "I just happened to fall in love with a great person who was much better than me in every way." When the singer fell in love with his wife, the pair had to use Google Translate to communicate.

Lopilato couldn't understand English, and Michael didn't speak a word of Spanish. The pair also depended a lot on each other's body language to understand what the other was trying to say.

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When they were still dating, Michael recalled when his wife had just started learning English with a coach and was beginning to get the language little by little. When Blockbuster still existed, Lopilato and the musician rented a DVD to watch at an Argentinian apartment.

The star recalled asking the actress if they should take the DVD back to the store before leaving. Lopilato turned around and hilariously responded in almost perfect English, leaving him surprised!

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After getting married in 2011, Michael and his wife welcomed their first child, son Noah in 2013. Speaking about his priorities, the musician confessed that he didn't have any balance because his family came first, and then everything else.

During a previous "Today" show interview, he revealed how he had a day when he couldn't help himself while in the middle of a song and felt the need to "go bite" his son! The star said he wanted to kiss little Noah!

In January 2016, the Bublé family grew once again when a second son, Elias, was welcomed. All seemed well for the family of four until a tragedy befell them and spun their lives around.

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MICHAEL'S SON'S CANCER DIAGNOSIS

Michael Buble strolling with his son Noah on February 12, 2015, in Madrid, Spain. | Source: Iconic/GC Images/Getty Images

In October 2016, Noah, then-3, was suddenly diagnosed with liver cancer. Michael was in London performing when he learned about his son's illness from his wife, leading him to stop all promotions of his album "Nobody But Me."

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He went back home and shut out the world while focusing on Noah and his health. The jazz musician took two years off his work as he shouldered the "brutal" ups and downs of helping a loved one fight cancer.

Michael Buble bonding with his son Noah at a playground on February 12, 2015, in Madrid, Spain. | Source: Iconic/GC Images/Getty Images

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In November 2016, he took to Facebook to update his fans by revealing how "devastated" he and his wife were about their son's diagnosis. He confirmed that he and Lopilato had put their careers on hold to devote their attention to Noah.

The couple asked people to pray for them but allow them their privacy as they tackled the long journey they had. Michael hoped that they would win the battle with all the support they were given.

Michael Buble kissing his son Noah during a sighting on April 28, 2015, in Madrid, Spain. | Source: Iconic/GC Images/Getty Images

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Noah's cancer diagnosis took an emotional toll on his parents. In a 2018 "Today" interview, the singer revealed how he and Lopilato struggled during the ordeal, with him stating:

"There were a million times that my wife and I were just surviving, struggling to survive, and to breathe."

Luisana Lopilato and Michael Buble seen on an outing with their son Noah on April 28, 2015, in Madrid, Spain. | Source: Iconic/GC Images/Getty Images

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Showing how much he loved his little boy, Michael confessed, "I much rather would have it have been me." In 2021, while speaking to People magazine, he shared some words of wisdom from his grandfather that helped them get through, saying:

"Today's curse is tomorrow's blessing."

Michael Buble and Luisana Lopilato are seen strolling with their son Noah on February 12, 2015, in Madrid, Spain. | Source: Iconic/GC Images/Getty Images

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In July 2017, Lopilato told a television host that "the worst" was over, and later in December, Michael confessed to ET that their son was "doing very well." The little boy joyfully went into remission that same year!

Knowing that Noah was finally okay, Michael went back to work by hosting the Juno Awards in 2018. He revealed that the battle with his son had been an "Emotionally, it's a rollercoaster."

The star felt life sometimes taught hard lessons taught. The experience with Noah allowed him to have some perspective, and Michael now enjoyed life and the small things more than ever.

THE BUBLÉ'S BLESSING AFTER THE STORM

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Fifteen months after Noah's diagnosis, Michael and his wife announced that they were expecting a third child! During a July 2018 episode of Ireland's Today FM radio's "The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show," the singer shared for the first time that he was expecting a baby girl.

The news about the musician and his actress wife being pregnant with their third child was announced in February 2018. In a tweet, Dempsey revealed that the little girl named Vida Amber Betty was due in three weeks.

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During his 2022 Seacrest interview, Michael confirmed for the first time that he and Lopilato were expecting their fourth child! The star hilariously explained that he didn't know his baby's due date but revealed what he felt about having more children:

“I would love to have as many as… I think I'm more afraid of it like ending.”

MICHAEL AND LUISANA'S OUTLOOK ON HAVING MORE CHILDREN

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In May 2022, the jazz singer revealed to People magazine that he made sure Lopilato knew she could depend on him. Michael joked about his wife being able to order him around but shared that he loved taking care of her.

The Bublé children have even started coming up with names for their youngest and upcoming sibling. The musician hilariously shared how his boys wanted to name the child after themselves, which he was against!

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On the other hand, Vida settled for "Snow White" or "Snowy" if her sibling is a girl! Michael joked that with the options they had so far, they definitely needed some help!

He [Michael Bublé] explained how he wanted the experience to be special for his wife [Luisana Lopilato] because he knew how fast it went by.

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The artist revealed that things were already crazy in his and his wife's household with the three children, and with the fourth addition, it was "just going to get better." Michael continued:

"We're so blessed to have healthy kids and a lot of love on our house."

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While awaiting the birth of the fourth Bublé child, the family was celebrating other wins. The singer shared how one of his children had gotten a chance to play his very first baseball game.

The boy managed to bat and receive a single on his first hit, which excited his father! Speaking about the current pregnancy, Michael said he and Lopilato were trying to remain present.

Luisana Lopilato and Michael Buble at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 15, 2022. | Source: Maria Alejandra Cardona/AFP/Getty Images

The reason he gave for this contradicted his earlier Seacrest interview with him, saying, "because, most likely, it's the last time." He explained how he wanted the experience to be memorable for his wife.

The star said it was because he knew how fast it went by. Michael noted that since it possibly was the last pregnancy, he wanted to ensure they enjoyed each second.

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