Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato's son Noah celebrates fourth birthday with 'superhero' party

Nine months after Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato’s son Noah was diagnosed with cancer, the "brave" toddler celebrated his fourth birthday with a superhero party. The singer’s wife took to her Instagram on Monday, August 28, to share a photo from the celebration which featured superheroes like Spider-Man, Batman and the Hulk.

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spidermantableVIEW GALLERY Michael's wife gave fans a look inside the party for her son Noah Photo: Instagram/luisanalopilato

“Total genius!!” Lopilato captioned the picture in Spanish. “I want more, can I? Haha #superproduction #candybar.” Noah’s party included an array of cupcakes, cake and treats, in addition to red and blue balloons and a skyscraper cutout covered in spider webs.

noahbdayVIEW GALLERY Luisana's sister Daniela shared photos from the party Photo: Instagram/daniela_lopilato

Luisana's sister Daniela also shared pictures from the celebration including one that appears to be the birthday boy sporting Spider-Man face paint. Alongside the pictures, the doting aunt penned in Spanish, "Beautiful birthday of superheroes! ❤️ # happy birthday #Noah #family #friends #superheroes #fiesta #amor #children # 4years @luisanalopilato."

 


The birthday boy, who turned four on August 27, appears to be a huge fan of Spider-Man. Michael and his family — including one-year-old son Elias — celebrated Noah’s third birthday last year with a celebration inspired by the web-slinging Marvel hero.

noahthirdVIEW GALLERY Noah was treated to a Spider-Man party in 2016 for his third birthday Photo: Instagram/@michaelbuble

Earlier this summer, Luisana opened up about her son’s battle with cancer. “My son’s recovery is a long process as you all know and he has to continue with check-ups. But we are very happy. We are looking forward to thinking about the future, to seeing our children grow,” she said.

"There are things that happen in life that make you realize that the most important things that you think are important, really aren't," the mom-of-two added. "The most important thing is to have faith and to be strong. There are nights that I still don't sleep and I pray to God because it's still a long process and the worst is over. Thank God."

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