Michael Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato have revealed the non-traditional name of their beautiful baby girl, who they welcomed into the world last week.
Growing their family from four to five, the happy couple announced to People they have settled on the name Vida Amber Betty Bublé for the gorgeous newborn.
The name has a special meaning for the family, with Vida meaning life in Lopilato’s native Spanish, while Amber was chosen for the popular singer’s mother and Betty for Lopilato’s mother.
“The family is back home and are overjoyed with the new addition,” a representative for the family told People.
The joyous parents were filled with love and happiness on the arrival of Vida, who was born on July 25, weighing in at 2.7kg (6lb 1oz).
She is the first daughter for the well-known couple who share two sons together, Elias, two-and-a-half and Noah, four.
Cómo explicar que nos explota el corazón de amor? Que no nos alcanzan las horas del día para contemplarla. Le agradezco a Dios por hacernos este regalo de vida y alegría! Porque mirar sus ojos es mirar el cielo mismo! Te amamos hasta el infinito y más allá. Te esperábamos no solo para crecer como familia… nos diste luz, esperanza, en fin sos y serás nuestra Vida del alma!! #regalodedios #feliz #family #ourprincess
Taking to Twitter shortly after Vida’s birth, Lopilato shared a photo of her new daughter’s tiny little hand and a message for fans who were eagerly awaiting her birth.
“Our hearts are exploding with love,” she wrote. “There are not enough hours of the day to contemplate it. I thank God for giving us this gift of life!
“We love you to infinity. We waited for you not only to grow as a family, you gave us light, hope. In short you are and will be our life and soul!”
However, it hasn’t all been easy sailing for the family, with son Noah battling with a rare form of cancer.
Michael, 42, put his singing career on hold for two years after Noah’s diagnosis of liver cancer hepatolblastoma, to help the sick little boy through the traumatic months of chemotherapy and extensive hospital visits.
Thankfully Noah is on the mend and Bublé is set to head down under in a matter of months.
“We are so grateful to report that our son Noah has been progressing well during his treatment and the doctors are very optimistic about the future for our little boy,” he said in a statement to Us Weeklyin February last year.
Announcing his first Australian show in more than four years, the ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ singer revealed he will wow the crowds once more at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on October 5.