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Michael Bublé’s son had the most hilarious response to finding out about baby No. 4

The singer and his wife are expecting their fourth child together.
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Singer/songwriter Michael Buble performs at T-Mobile Arena on Sept. 24, 2021 in Las Vegas.Ethan Miller / Getty Images

Michael Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato are excitedly preparing for the birth of their fourth child together. However, the charismatic singer shared that one of his children was feeling left out of the preparations — but for a very hilarious reason.

Bublé and Lopilato are parents to sons Noah, 8, and Elias, 6, and daughter Vida, 3.

“We told the kids on Christmas Eve,” he shared on Friday’s episode of “The View.” “And we told them, ‘Mommy has a baby in her tummy and you’re going to have a little brother or sister.’ And my (6)-year-old Eli was just distraught!”

“And we said, ‘What’s wrong?’ And he said, ‘Why didn’t you invite us to watch when you fell in love and you made the baby?’” he cracked. “And I still don’t know how to answer the question.”

The crooner added that their kids have no concept of how babies get made. “They just know that mommies and daddies fall in love and they had the baby, so he just wants to know why he wasn’t invited.”

The couple revealed that they were expecting their fourth baby in the singer’s music video for “I’ll Never Not Love You.” In the clip they recreate iconic scenes from some of the biggest rom-coms, before remaking their scene from his 2009 music video for “Haven’t Met You Yet.” As they checkout at a grocery, the Argentinian actor reveals her baby bump.

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The multi-Grammy winner and Lopilato have been married since 2011. During his interview with the women of “The View,” he also shared the secret to his lasting marriage and staying in love.  

“Marriage is a roller coaster. You got many ups and downs and there will be times when either of you might want to get off. Just don’t get off at the same time, try to stay on the ride, one of you at least.”

He also noted that communication is key, whether it’s with therapy or being honest with one another. He also jokingly added, “Always stay a little bit afraid.”

Co-host Ana Navarro quipped, “Particularly if you’re married to a Hispanic woman.”

“Sí,” Bublé replied with a laugh.