Michael Bublé's son makes rare virtual appearance for the first time since beating cancer

Publish Date
Thursday, 30 April 2020, 3:40PM

As Michael Bublé has been isolating at his Vancouver home with his wife Luisana Lopilato and three kids, he has been using live videos as a way to bring some happiness to his fans. 

While the Canadian crooner only recently returned to social media - having quit it when his son Noah was diagnosed with cancer at three-years-old in 2016 - he and his wife have been detailing aspects of their home life whilst on lockdown.

However, over the weekend an unexpected — and adorable — guest popped in on their live video.

As the couple shared tips on social distancing, their six-year-old son Noah wandered into the frame.

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"You can come and say hi. You're always welcome, dude,"  the four-time Grammy winner could be heard saying before the youngster climbed up onto his mum's lap.

As Noah took centre stage, the rare cameo offered fans their first glimpse of the couple's son since he went into remission in 2017, after undergoing surgery and chemotherapy.

During the too-cute interruption, the 44-year-old 'Haven't Met You Yet' singer told viewers: "So this is our superhero. We have two other superheroes, but this boy … you know what? He is the biggest inspiration for us."

Michael and Luisana are also loving parents to son Elias, four and daughter Vida, one.