Michael Bublé’s son Noah is home from hospital after being treated for serious burns. The 22-month-old was hospitalised last month after an accident with scalding water that happened when he was in Buenos Aires in his mum Luisana Lopilato’s native Argentina.
Sharing a photo of his family’s footprints in the sand on Instagram – the crooner reassured fans that his son is “happy and healthy”.
“We want to thank you for the love and concern you have shown for our little guy through this difficult time,” the 39-year-old commented. “I’m happy to report that he is home, happy and healthy on what turned out to be a great Canada Day. #love #grateful #family”
And the dad-of-1 revealed that despite the accident, he considers himself lucky. “He’s okay. It’s tough to see him go through it. I try to remind Lu that we are lucky. That it could have been worse,” Michael told ET Canada.
Update: in an interview with Argentinian magazine Lux, Noah’s mother Luisana Lopilato revealed the seriousness of the incident. “At one point the doctors told me they’d have to do skin grafts but thank God it started healing little by little.
“For a long time he has to use elastic bands pressed tight so he’s not left with scars.”
And even a month after the accident she has revealed that her son still suffers pain: “I have to dress his wounds and he complains because it hurts,” she says.