Michael Buble is the picture of proud dad as his son follows in his musical footsteps.
The star has just finished touring, having travelled across the UK for electrifying shows, and is now back with his family.
Dad-of-three Michael is expecting his fourth child with his wife Luisana, and is now spending quality time with his three older children before the family welcome the new arrival.
Michael and Luisana are parents to sons Noah, eight, and Elias, six, as well as daughter Vida, three.
And it appears Noah could be following his famous dad into a music career as he shows off his piano skills in a new video.
The Haven’t Met You Yet singer took to Instagram this week where he shared a clip of his eldest child expertly playing Michael’s own single, I’ll Never Not Love You.
In the video, the eight-year-old concentrates at playing every key perfectly, while Michael sings along – becoming visibly and audibly emotional several times along the way.
Michael added a cartoon heart emoji to the video, and explained ina caption:’Noah surprised me after I was away on tour.
‘He worked so hard to learn this song. So proud of my guy.’
The proud dad added: ‘More talent in his little fingers than I have in my whole body.’
The family announced earlier this year that they would be adding to their brood, with Feeling Good singer Michael later revealing he and his wife are determined to make this pregnancy particularly special as they have no plans to expand their family further.
Speaking to People magazine, Michael said: ‘We’re really trying to be present with the pregnancy because, most likely, it’s the last time.
‘I want it to be really special for [Luisana], and I know it goes really fast. Since it’s probably the last one, I just want to make sure that we’re really enjoying every second of it. I love taking care of her.’
The star gave some sweet insight into how excited his older children are about the new arrival, as he revealed his sons want to name the baby ‘after themselves, which doesn’t work.’
It’s clear the Bublé’s are a bit stuck for names, as he went on: ‘If it’s a girl, my daughter has decided that Snowy for Snow White is what the girl would be named.’
He joked: ‘I think we need help.’