Bublé posted a video on Instagram featuring his reunion with his family in a heartwarming moment that has now gone viral.
Michael Bublé is the ultimate family guy and loves his kids more than anything else. The "Feeling Good" singer returned home sweet home after flying from Dublin to Vancouver as part of his ongoing tour. On May 16, according to TODAY, Bublé posted a video on Instagram featuring his reunion with his family in a heartwarming moment that has now gone viral. “I’ve been gone from my kids and wife for about a month, and I missed them so much,” he says. “I’ve had so much fun on tour, and I love the people I work for you beautiful people, but it’s nice to be home, and I came home.”
Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato have four kids, Noah, 9, and Elias, 7, and daughters Vida, 4, and Cielo, born in August 2022. Bublé was sitting in the car and singing like "Olaf" from "Frozen" while marveling at the beautiful weather on his way home. “I get to see my kids, and I want you to be part of it,” he said. The video then cuts to Bublé outside his front door getting ready to step inside.“This is what I live for, you guys. This is my happiness,” he said while walking inside and announcing he is home. One of his children runs into his arms, and another joins in before they return to their activities.
“My beautiful girl!” he shouted while spotting his wife. The clip then shifts to Bublé and his wife in bed. “We had dinner, put the kids to bed, and now, I get to hug my wife. Life is beautiful. Love you guys,” he said at the end. In the comments, people raved about the "L.O.V.E" singer having the cutest relationship with his family, and fans thanked him for the wonderful performance in Dublin. "You deserve it, Michael! Thank you for an amazing show on Sunday, you made me smile & cry all at once, said @lotsosour. "Thank you for a fantastic concert on Saturday night! Such fun!! Enjoy your time now with your clan!" wrote @nuala6kelly. "No place like home Michael, enjoy every second, you all deserve family time," added @normawilkie.
Bublé showcasing love for his family is no surprise since he has also debated leaving his career behind for fatherhood in 2022, per PEOPLE. During an appearance on "That Gaby Roslin Podcast," Bublé shared, "I think I'm not loving it as much. I think I'm getting close to thinking maybe I can go and be a dad."He added, "I have this picture in my head of just me in a field with my kids and Ed Sheeran's kids and we're just hugging each other and picnicking and getting drunk."
Bublé is determined to not let his family be affected negatively by his career. Speaking to BBC Radio 4 in 2016, he admitted, "It's incredibly difficult — every biographical movie I watch about a singer, it's the same story." He added, "Man comes from nothing, man fights for fame, man finds success, man leaves his family, man regrets leaving family," he said at the time. "I won't allow that to happen." The singer also told PEOPLE in 2020 that his success won’t come at the expense of his family. “There will have to be a healthy balance and if there’s not, then only one thing is going to have to have to suffer, and let me tell you it won’t be my family life ... Even if that means I can’t be there physically, at least I can be there on Skype or whatever.”