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Michael Bublé's wife is craving sausage

Published 24/10/2015

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Michael Bublé

Singer Michael Bublé's pregnant wife Luisana Lopilato keeps getting hunger attacks in the middle of the night.

Singer Michael Bublé's pregnant wife Luisana Lopilato has become obsessed with black pudding.

The Canadian crooner and his model spouse are expecting their second baby together, with the tot a sibling for their two-year-old son Noah. The pregnancy hasn't been too tough on Luisana so far, although she's found her diet has started to change - she now can't get enough of blood sausage.

"Unlike with Noah, I'm craving the things like hamburgers, hot dogs, fried eggs, sweets," she told Britain's Hello! magazine. "I try to eat healthily but then I wake up at three in the morning wanting a peanut butter sandwich... I also want to eat black pudding all the time. I felt that way when I was pregnant with Noah but after giving birth I couldn't stand it."

Excitingly for the couple, they've now found out they're having another boy.

Becoming a parent has changed the star in ways she wasn't expecting - she feels something was "awakened" in her when she was pregnant with Noah, which meant she suddenly knew how to look after the tot.

"Actually, I'm a very intense mother," she added. "When I'm not with Noah, I want to know what he's going to put on, what he's going to eat - I don't want him to eat a lot of chocolate, but fortunately he doesn't really like it."

The couple are already making plans about how they will parent their children in the long term, deciding they need to be unconventional as they don't want to spend swathes of time apart due to Michael's job.

"We will look for more stability," she said. "We'd like to spend at least six months in Canada and after that, we'll travel with a teacher who'll help school Noah - Michael's work includes tours and that's not going to change, I'll also continue working, but we want to make sure Noah has his own routine."

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