Congratulations are in order for Canadian crooner Michael Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato.
The couple have welcomed the arrival of their first daughter and third child. Taking to Twitter, Lopilato shared a photo of her new daughter’s tiny little hand and a message for fans who were eagerly awaiting her birth. She shared the message in Spanish.
“Our hearts are exploding with love,” Lopilato 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!”
Nos explota el corazón de amor! No alcanzan las horas del día para contemplarla. Le agradezco a Dios por hacernos este regalo de vida! Te amamos hasta el infinito.Te esperábamos no solo para crecer como familia, nos diste luz, esperanza, en fin sos y serás nuestra Vida del alma! pic.twitter.com/HkLsJGgeZM
— Luisana Lopilato (@lulopilato) July 26, 2018
At the time of publication, the newborn had not been named and Bublé hadn’t shared a photo or update on social media. Although media reports speculated the couple was expecting their third child earlier this year, 42-year-old Bublé confirmed the news during an Irish radio interview earlier this month that sons Noah, four, and Elias, two, were getting ready to become big brothers.
“I’ve got my first little girl coming in three weeks, and I’ve actually never said that before in public,” he told radio station Today FM. “I’ve got a daughter coming.”
It’s some fantastic news for the family, who were left heartbroken in 2016 when little Noah was diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer. The diagnosis saw Bublé cancel his hectic tour schedule to care for his ill son. Two years on and Noah is doing well.
“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,” the singer said in a statement to Us Weekly in February last year. “He has been brave throughout and we continue to be inspired by his courage. We thank God for the strength he has given all of us. Our gratitude to his doctors and caretakers cannot be put into words.”
Meanwhile, Bublé has announced he will be returning to the stage in Australia in a few short months.
Announcing his first Australian concern in more than four years, the ‘Feeling Good’ singer revealed earlier this week he will front a star-studded event at Sydney’s famous Allianz Stadium in October before it closes for three years for reconstruction. There’s no word yet on whether his new daughter and family will join him for the trip Down Under.