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Michael Buble welcomes son

Michael Buble welcomes son

Michael Buble poses with his pregnant wife Luisana Lopilato at the Juno awards in Regina, Saskachewan. Photo: WENN

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Argentinian actress wife of Canadian Grammy-winning singer Michael Bublé gave birth to a boy on Tuesday, the singer said on Twitter.

The first child together for the singer and Luisana Lopilato was born in Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Overjoyed and filled with gratitude at the arrival of our son Noah Buble,” the singer best known for songs “Haven’t Met You Yet” and “Save the Last Dance for Me” wrote on Twitter, also posting a photo of the family on the Instagram photo-sharing website.

Overjoyed and filled with gratitude at the arrival of our son Noah Bublè. Born this morning, August 27th at 2:26 am in Vancouver, Canada

Bublé, 37, and Lopilato, 26, announced in January that they were expecting a child, posting a video with the ultrasound of a fetus on YouTube.

The couple were married in 2011. Lopilato has starred in such Spanish-language telenovelas as “Chiquititas, la historia” and “Rebelde Way.”

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