Michael Buble and Lusiana Lopilato's son admitted to hospital with 'serious' burns

Michael Buble and Lusiana Lopilato's one-year-old son Noah has been admitted to hospital with "serious" burns. The toddler, who will turn two in August, was thought to have suffered the injury at home on Thursday, and was then taken to hospital by his mother, model Lusiana.

Taking to Twitter, Lusiana kept fans updated on her little one's condition, writing: "Thank you to everyone for being with me during these moments. My son is really well. God willing we'll be able to go home soon."

Noah and Lusiana were in Argentina at the time, and went to Hospital Aleman in Buenos Aires.

Argentinian newspaper Clarins.com reported that Noah had been left with six per cent burns as a result of the "domestic accident".

Michael and Lusiana married in 2011 in a civil ceremony, before later tying the knot in a romantic religious ceremony at the historic Villa Maria, in Maximo Paz, located about an hour from Buenos Aires.

You.... You are the best dad ever @michaelbuble !!! We love you!! #happyfathersday

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The Canadian crooner and Luisana became parents to their little boy in 2013.

The 37-year-old singer wasted no time in sharing the happy news with his fans, posting a picture on Instagram taken in the hospital in Vancouver, Canada.

"Overjoyed and filled with gratitude at the arrival of our son Noah Buble. Born this morning, August 27th at 2.26 am," he wrote at the time, next to the adorable photograph which shows his smiling wife cradling their tiny newborn as he proudly looks on.

The boys chillin by the pool while mom is on set working #mrmom #happyplace #family

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Mum Luisana first revealed that she was expecting back in January 2013 via her website, telling fans: "Mike and I have some big news for you." Her message was linked to the first scan of the baby.

His plan for fatherhood, Michael said, is "to try to be a good dad like my dad was and like his dad was. If he turns out to be a great, macho hockey player or a gay ballet dancer, I'll be just as happy as long as my kid is happy."