Crooner Michael Bublé and his wife, actress Luisana Lopilato, are the proud new parents of a baby boy.

The “Feeling Good” singer posted a picture of the couple’s first-born Noah on his Instagram account Tuesday.

“Overjoyed and filled with gratitude at the arrival of our son Noah Bublé,” the singer captioned the adorable picture with Noah and Lopilato. “Born this morning, August 27th at 2:26 a.m. in Vancouver, Canada.”

The 37-year-old Canadian singer and the 26-year-old Argentine actress have been anticipating the baby’s arrival for weeks. Bublé even canceled his Aug. 9 appearance on the Today show. 

“It’s a boy, and he’s due at any moment,” he told the Associated Press last week earlier this month. “Literally any moment. We’re close. She had a false alarm a couple days ago, and she had about seven hours of labor. So we know it can happen at any time.”

The couple met during a 2009 South American concert tour. They married in a small civil ceremony in March 2011 in Buenos Aires and later in front of 300 friends and family. A third wedding ceremony took place in May 2011 in Vancouver.

They first announced they were expecting in January, with a video message showing an ultrasound.

Bublé is a Grammy-winning singer who has sold millions of albums, including “Crazy Love” and 2011’s “Christmas.” Lopilato made her name as a model and in sitcoms and soap operas in Argentina.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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