Michael Bublé Reveals He's Expecting Fourth Baby with Wife Luisana Lopilato in New Music Video

Michael Bublé confirmed the news for the first time during an appearance on On Air with Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday

Surprise! Michael Bublé and his wife have another little one on the way!

The Grammy-winning singer, 46, and wife Luisana Lopilato, 34, are expecting their fourth baby together, the couple reveals in Bublé's new music video for "I'll Never Not Love You."

In the video, which premiered Tuesday, Bublé and his wife recreate some of the most romantic scenes in cinematic history, including iconic sequences from movies like The Notebook, Love Actually and Titanic.

At the end of the four-minute-long video, Bublé is brought back to reality where he is met by his wife — who reveals her baby bump — and his three kids.

During an appearance on On Air with Ryan Seacrest Tuesday morning, Bublé opened up for the first time about their happy news.

"We're so excited to get to tell people. What's weird is getting all these messages yesterday and I haven't answered one cousin," he said. "So this will be the first time that I actually say these words, but yes, my wife and I are grateful to be expecting."

The couple is already parents to sons Noah, 8, and Elias, 6, plus daughter Vida, 3. He did add, however, that he wouldn't mind having more after his fourth.

"My wife is probably happy, but I would love to have as many as she would let me have," he said.

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Speaking to PEOPLE last month, Bublé called the music video a "very cool family affair."

Despite three days of "intense" filming on 11 different set builds, Bublé said he had "the most fun I've ever had on a video."

"I'll Never Not Love You" is meant to serve as the follow-up to Bublé's music video for his 2009 hit "Haven't Met You Yet," which his wife also starred in.

Bublé also chatted about his role as both a dad and full-time artist, sharing that he's found the notion of balance to be non-existent.

"You know that one will always be hurt by the other," he said. "In my case, I will never allow my job to interfere with being a father and a husband — that's gotta be first, and everything else is a bonus."

"I think I have a lot of integrity in whatever I do work-wise, but that integrity is there because my family keeps me grounded," he added.

The couple's pregnancy news was first reported by TMZ.

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