Michael Bublé's son Noah is 'home, happy and healthy' after burn accident

Michael Bublé's son Noah has returned home after a stint in the hospital.

The Canadian crooner shared the news on social media on Thursday after a burn incident last week prompted the 22-month-old's family to seek medical attention for him.

"We want to thank you for the love and concern you have shown for our little guy through this difficult time," Bublé tweeted, captioning a picture of family-themed sandy footprints. "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"

Noah was reportedly scalded with hot water at the family's Buenos Aires home and had to be treated at a hospital, reports said at the time, though the singer's rep said that it was "not a major accident." The Grammy winner was in the U.S. for work when Noah was injured.

"Michael’s son is doing fine," his rep added Thursday, declining to comment on additional details of the incident.

Bublé's wife, Luisana Lopilato, an Argentinian actress/singer whom he wed in 2011, assured her social media followers last week in Spanish that their son was "very well" and also thanked them for their concern and support. 

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