Michael Buble and his wife Luisana Lopilato are waiting for the arrival of baby no. 3 and it’s a girl!
The singer revealed the sex of their third child in an interview with Today FM. Buble was asked how his family is doing and the “Haven’t Met You Yet" singer replied by saying, “Everything’s good, and I’ve got my first little girl coming in about three weeks. I’ve actually never said that before in public. I’ve got a daughter coming.”
The couple’s baby girl will join their two sons, 4-year-old Noah and 2-year-old Elias. Luisana Lopilato, 31, has been enjoying showing off her bump throughout her pregnancy, often posting updates of her growing belly via Instagram.
Life is looking up for the crooner and his wife who just closed a very scary chapter in their lives, dealing with what no parent expects, their oldest son Noah was diagnosed with liver cancer in November 2016. Both Michael Buble, 42, and Lopilato put their careers on hold to focus on their son’s treatment.
Lopalito did a sit down interview in her native country of Argentina in 2017 and spoke of the trying time for her family, “These things, when they happen to you in life, they make you realize that the most important thing isn’t what you thought it was — it’s to have faith, to be strong," she said.
By February of this year, Michael gave a statement on his son’s prognosis and things were looking up! “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. “He has been brave throughout and we continue to be inspired by his courage."
Now that things have turned around for the better Buble is ready to return to his passion, performing. After a year hiatus, Buble is planning his return to the stage in a different setting than before. Instead of performing at big arena’s he would like to come back in a more informal and closely acquainted way.
“I’d love if I could get my toes back in the water, maybe something intimate and small,” he said. “[Dublin’s] Croke Park—great! What a way to dig your toe back in the water!”