Michael Bublé has whisked his wife Luisana Lopilato and their baby son Noah off to "paradise".
The Crazy Love singer, who is taking a break from his MB World Tour, gave fans a glimpse into his idyllic family holiday.
"Day off in Paradise! #beach #sunshine #family #love," wrote Michael alongside a selfie he shared on Facebook. The crooner seemed to be enjoying a moment to himself, posing topless in front of a turquoise sea, as he tagged almost 30 other friends in his post.
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Michael Bublé is taking a break from his MB World Tour
New mum Luisana, who gave birth to the couple's firstborn last August, dedicated much of her time to her little tot. The actress posted a photo of Noah cuddling up to her side and captioned it, "Playing with my little prince."
While Michael Bublé and Luisana haven't confirmed exactly where they are, the family looked to be living in seventh heaven as they broke into coconuts and sipped on the juice.
Michael, who has a "Noah" tattoo etched on his wrist, took the lead in feeding his ten-month-old son who is growing to look more like him by the day.
Baby Noah and his doting mum Luisana Lopilato
Luisana, 27, shared another photo in which she is pictured relaxing in a hammock. "Yes! Holidays! Check out this beautiful view! And of course the goddess in the photo. #oneinamillion hahaha #postbaby," she wrote alongside the snap.
The Argentinean underwear model seemed to have no problem in getting her svelte figure back after giving birth, as she flaunted her washboard abs and toned legs in the photo.
Michael has spent almost the year travelling around the globe and is set to tour in the US and Mexico later this summer.
The 38-year-old star announced the arrival of his son with a photo of the family-of-three on Instagram, saying that he was "overjoyed and filled with gratitude" with baby Noah.
Luisana Lopilato showed off her svelte figure on holiday
Michael, who married Luisana in 2011, has also previously spoken about his new role as a father. "Everyone told me it would be this life-changing, massive, you know… but it was very surreal," he said on Daybreak.
"Until you do it, you don't know, and now I know that we'd love to have three or four more… a litter."