And Michael Buble has now been pictured for the first time since Luisana Lopilato spoke about their son's diagnosis following the successful treatment he had received in Los Angeles.The singer, 41, his wife, 30, and their brood were seen making a low-key appearance at an airport on Monday.The actor, who lives in Buenos Aires, also told how his religion had helped him get through the difficult months and described his nephew's ongoing recovery as a 'miracle of God.'His comments followed confirmation from Michael and his wife that their son was 'progressing well' during his treatment for his disease in only their second public comment since they were told he had liver cancer.
Dario, who collected them from the airport, said: 'The only thing I can say as their uncle is that I'm over the moon to be playing with my nephews again.'We are living this moment together.
Luisana and Michael are going to talk later and I prefer to let them speak.
seeing Noah grow - being happy gave me the strength to return and finish this film.' She added: 'My faith in the fact God had a miracle helped me. I transmitted that to all my friends and family.'As a family we were always very united and we fought this together.
We did everything we could for our son, so he would come through this.'The family had not spoken out about their hellish experience other than two Facebook posts shared by crooner Michael.
This isn't the first time Clapton will appear on the Great Oak Stage.
He first performed with Blind Faith on 7 June 1969 alongside bandmates Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Rick Grech in front of 120,000 people.Her brother Dario Lopilato confirmed in May that the three-year-old had flown back to the Argentine capital with his doting parents and sibling.Noah was diagnosed with cancer last November before starting a four-month course of chemotherapy."I have happy memories of performing in Hyde Park in the past," he said, "and I'm really looking forward to playing there again - the whole atmosphere is very special." Also set to headline next year's BST festival in Hyde Park are Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters, Michael Buble, and Bruno Mars.His wife had revealed nearly three months ago that their three-year-old son Noah was on the path to overcoming his battle with liver cancer.Talking about the joy of her son being on the path to overcoming the disease, she thanked his doctors, as well as fans and the producers of her new movie, which halted filming so she could be by her son's side.