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Tea time

Michael Bublé shares a heartwarming picture of his daughter while in social isolation

The 42-year-old singer shows that all you need is quality time with children and some tea

Parenting requires many skills but Michael Bublé is winning our hearts with his adorable dad qualities. In a recent post he shared on social media, he shows a high team ensemble with his daughter Via. “QuaranTea Time”, shared the Canadian actor where he poses with two dolls, specifically a unicorn-themed stuffed animal. While Michael is not afraid to show his pajamas on social media, he continues to interact with his children amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

Michael Buble shares an adorable picture with children©@michaelbuble
Michael Buble shows his adorable parenting skills during tea time with his daughter Via

Michael and Luisana Lopilato also share two other sons, Noah, six, and Elias, four. The 44-year-old star recently shared a heartfelt video while in Vancouver and encouraged his fans to take serious measures to protect families. He also said is important to support heroes and empower our leaders during this difficult time. Michael is currently homeschooling his children and going the extra mile with playtime. “Traded in my suit and microphone for spider man pajama pants and Krazy glue.”, he shows on social media while gluing a toy that appears to be a soldier. The dad-of-three confessed it has been challenging to homeschool the family while at home. ”We are doing it, but I am not great at it,” he said.

Michael Buble spends time with his family during social isolation©@michaelbuble
The Canadian singer shares social activities with his family while in isolation

The Forever Now singer recently appeared on The Graham Norton Show where he gives lockdown advice to his fans. In the show Michael talks about his favorite TV and Netflix shows like the popular documentary series, Tiger King and how he had to adapt to new habits. “Each day we are adapting, we are learning new things.” He recommended to turn on the titles and turn down the volume during a movie, so children can read more. ”We are adapting and I‘m learning new things; I felt guilty about the kids being on their iPads or watching TV until I muted the screen and turned the subtitles on and now, they are kind of reading – I killed two birds…”