Luisana Lopilato shares adorable photo of baby Elias

Chloe Best

Luisana Lopilato has delighted fans by sharing a sweet photo of her one-month-old son Elias. The model, who welcomed her second son with husband Michael Bublé in January, cradled the newborn in a touching Instagram post.

Baby Elias can be seen resting over his mother's shoulder, with a knitted Mickey Mouse hat to keep him warm. "There is nothing cuter than embracing this beautiful mouse!!! #teamconlocura #eliasbuble #love," she captioned the photo.

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Luisana shared a sweet photo of baby Elias

Luisana gave birth to her second child on 22 January and is clearly smitten by her new arrival, who she has only shared rare glimpses of until now. One image shared by the mum-of-two shows her cuddling up to baby Elias and her two-year-old son Noah, along with the caption: "This is my face with 4 hours of sleep .... But being surrounded by so much love makes me forget everything! #mamasboy #lovethem #wakeup."

The hard-working mum has revealed she is already back at work just weeks after welcoming her second child, and recently shared another photo of herself reading a script in a car.

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Luisana welcomed her second child on 22 January

"On the road again!!! Maternity leave is over, back to work!! #vancouver #action #workingmom," she wrote.

She will no doubt receive plenty of support from her husband Michael, who has said that becoming a father again is "as good as it gets". The proud dad announced the birth of his second child by sharing a family photo from the hospital, writing: "And then there were 4. Introducing Noah's little brother Elias Bublé #family #blessed #brothers."

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Michael said fatherhood is "as good as it gets"

He had made no secret of his excitement at becoming a father again, telling Entertainment Tonight that he would like to have a big family with Luisana.

"You know, Noah's two and I already miss him when he was a baby," he said. "We love that part so much that how can we not want to have that again? And again, and again… I'm saying that now, let's see what I say after two."