Michael Buble

Michael Buble welcomes baby boy, Noah, to the world and Instagram

The Burnaby-born singer's wife – Luisana Lopilato – gave birth to the couple's first child, Noah, in Vancouver, B.C.

Michael Buble – the Burnaby-born crooner and 21st century Sinatra – has welcomed a baby boy with his wife Luisana Lopilato.

The couple’s (and Buble’s) first child, Noah Buble, was born on Tuesday morning (2:26 a.m.) in Vancouver. The 37-year-old singer immediately Instagram’d a photo of him, his new son and his wife in the delivery room.

Lopilato, the 26-year-old stunner from Argentina, starred with Buble in his music video for “Haven’t Met You Yet” (above).

The photo below was accompanied with Buble’s message: “Overjoyed and filled with gratitude at the arrival of our son Noah Buble.”

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