Michael Bublé showcases 'precious moments' with family in new post: 'So darling'
Michael Bublé is reflecting on how much he loves his family.
The 46-year-old took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a photo of himself practicing the piano with his 9-year-old son, Noah. In the shot, the "Sway" and "Home" singer is sitting at the piano with his arms wrapped around his son, who's sitting on his lap, where they're both playing keys on the instrument. In the background, there are two suitcases standing upright in the foyer.
"These are the moments before I leave to go on tour. Always hard to go, but I love what I do and who I do it for," Bublé wrote as a caption, along with a red heart emoji. "Here I come, Minnesota!"
Fans filled the comments section of Bublé's post with appreciation for his commitment to performing, with many people admiring him as a parent.
"Thank you for the sacrifices you make to bring so much joy into our lives!" one fan wrote, along with a heart emoji.
"You’re so amazing and we love you right back," another shared, while adding four red heart emojis.
"Such an amazing dad," commented one person.
"Thankful for your time! We always enjoy seeing you in person," someone else chimed in.
"Precious moments, family first...always!!!" a fan reminded the singer.
"So precious, father and son, you are a great dad, Michael!" another fan raved.
"You’re an amazing father," one person penned. "It’s so wise of you to never neglect special moments with your most loved ones! Wishing you so many more of these beautiful glimpses in life!"
Currently, Bublé is performing around the United States on his "Higher" tour for his latest album of the same name. In October, the "Everything" and "It's a Beautiful Day" singer will start touring across Canada, where he'll eventually head to South America and Australia later this year.
Despite the lengthy tour, the singer has been doing his best to spend some time with his family at home.
In July, Bublé shared a touching clip of his son, Noah, surprising him with his piano skills.
"Noah surprised me after I was away on tour," Bublé wrote as on-screen text for the video. "He worked so hard to learn this song. So proud of my guy."
In the caption to his post, Bublé showed some major love to his son.
"More talent in his little fingers than I have in my whole body," Bublé penned, while adding the hashtags "#proud" and "illnevernotloveyou."
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