Brandee Buble bought the perfect gift this holiday season for her nephew Noah for Christmas. Brandee wanted her 2-year-old nephew to be the happiest boy and have the best Christmas celebration with the entire family, despite the fact that Michael Buble’s son is fighting cancer.
Last week, a photo was posted on Instagram by Brandee Buble has gone viral. It was a photo of a robotic egg that hatches a surprise creature, the Hatchimal toy. According to her caption, she searched for hours to find this famous toy, which was one of Noah’s dream presents.
Michael Buble’s sister did not hesitate to check every possible store in Vancouver to find the toy she promised to buy Noah. When she finally found it, she bought it even if it was marked twice the normal asking price.
Despite Fighting Cancer, Christmas Should Be Special for Noah
The whole family, especially Noah’s parents, are making Christmas their priority. Buble and wife Luisana Lopilato are said to have canceled all their appointments and work schedules to focus and help their eldest son with his health struggles. The Canadian singer will not be performing next month at the BBC Music Awards in order to spend more time with his son.
Earlier this month, it was all over the news that Michael Buble’s son had been diagnosed with liver cancer. A source close to the family said that the singer’s family is sad with Noah’s situation but at the same time, hopeful.
The Canadian singer and his wife got their son the best doctors and very good care. The source added that it was a shocking revelation as well as was heartbreaking for the family. Nonetheless, they have to stay positive. The couple also said that they are proud parents to their son because they have faith in Noah and that he is a fighter.
New Family Home Has A Special Room for Michael Buble’s Son
The latest news also said that Buble and his wife decided to have a special room in their new family home for the 3-year-old. However, as of the time of this report, Michael Buble’s son is still under medical care and continues fighting cancer.
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