Michael Buble's Son Is Home From the Hospital After Scalding Water Incident

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Good news from Michael Buble!

The singer's 1-year-old son, Noah, has returned home after he was rushed to the hospital on June 25 in Buenos Aires, Argentina after suffering burns from a scalding water accident.

Buble thanked his fans for their well wishes via Instagram on Wednesday.

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"We want to thank you for the love and concern you have shown for our little guy through this difficult time," Buble wrote alongside a photo of three footprints in the sand, presumably belonging to Buble, his wife, Luisiana Lopilato, and Noah. "I'm happy to report that he is home, happy and healthy on what turned out to be a great Canada day. #love #grateful #family."

Buble was traveling and working at the time of the incident, but spoke to ET Canada last week while his son was in the hospital. "He is OK," he said. "It's tough to see him go through it. I try to remind Lu that we are lucky. That it could have been worse."

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We're relieved to hear little Noah is doing well and back home! Check out the video below to see what Michael said when he was expecting Noah.