Michael Bublé Celebrates Easter with Fun Travel Photo Featuring All 4 Kids: 'Better When We're Together'

The musician shares his kids with wife Luisana Lopilato

<p>Todd Williamson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty</p> Michael Bublé.

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Michael Bublé.

Michael Bublé is enjoying Easter with his whole family!

The singer shared a post on Instagram this weekend, in which he and wife Luisana Lopilato could be seen in an airport with their kids — son Noah, 10, Elias, 8, Vida, 5, and Cielo, 1.

"Doesn’t matter where we go or what we’re doing. Whether it’s a Hawaiian vacay or the chaos of an airport on the way home. It’s always better when we’re together," Bublé wrote in his caption.

"We wish the same for you and your families this Easter. ❤️," he added.

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In January, Bublé celebrated his son Elias' 8th birthday with a sweet tribute on Instagram.

"Happy birthday to our superhero Elias!! 8 years full of adventures with you so far! Watching you grow is the greatest gift. Your mom and I love you more than words!" he wrote, signing the message, "XO Papi."

Bublé's post featured a video montage capturing highlights of the father-son duo's special bond, set to the five-time Grammy winner's own rendition of "You've Got a Friend in Me." The clip shows the pair goofing around together, playing pickle ball and high-fiving each other.

Last year, Bublé opened up about his and Lopilato's differing parenting styles, ahead of them welcoming baby number four.

"I'm so proud to be Canadian, but we're very conservative and we're courteous and everything runs sort of in [an orderly fashion]. Argentinians are far freer and it's loose ... and you know what? It made for such a perfect mix," he told Yahoo Life. "It was hard for me, culturally, at first to sort of deal with that, but I love how easygoing my wife is."

The crooner added that Lopalito “loves” watching their four children “color outside the lines.”

“I think that mix of our cultures has been such a beautiful thing for my kids because I think they've taken the best of both worlds — and they're very different worlds,” he said.

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