Michael Buble paid tribute to his son Noah on his eighth birthday, saying he has “never met anyone so brave”.
The jazz singer took a two-year break from music after being diagnosed with cancer in his eldest son, aged three, in November 2016.
After the kid got all-clear in 2017, he wrote a song — called Forever Now — about his kids.
Buble wrote on Instagram: “Today my hero turns 8!
“I’ve never met anyone so brave…
“I’ve never known anyone so nice or kind-hearted…
“And I’ll never really be able to express how proud I am, or how deep and deep mommies and my love for you is.
“You have blessed our lives in every way.
“We hope God blesses you on your special day.
“Congratulations, Noah B.”
Buble previously admitted he thought he wouldn’t be making another album after he and actress-wife Luisana Lopilato announced their son was ill.
After suspending his career to take care of their child, he returned in 2018 with his 10th album, called Love, which is rendered as a heart emoji.
He also returned to performing live with a sold-out show at London’s Hyde Park, where he was joined by Noah on stage.
Buble and Lopilato are also parents to children Vida and Elias.