The love game is going strong! Despite many conflicts and scandals, Michael Buble and Luisana Lopilato’s love story is still intact.

In the ten years of marital relationship, the couple saw a few scandals and personal trials. However, their marriage is still fresh. The singer came up with his theory of why their relationship is still going strong despite such events.

While promoting his limited-edition piece, Merry Berry Bublé, the Canadian songwriter and singer, told USWeekly that he just “married someone so much better than [him].” “And you know how guys sometimes they say that and they say, like, ‘She’s the better half,’ and they say it so they can look humble or like they’re being a politically correct guy. No, my wife is smarter than me and she is my stylist,”

 The singer further explained to the celebrity gossip channel, “She is my barometer to know what’s good [or] what’s bad. … I would say, what we’ve been through, she’s been the heart of our family, the anchor, and she’s my best friend. And I’m just lucky she hasn’t divorced me. So I just keep hanging on.”

In 2009, the couple met for the first time during Michael Buble’s video shoot for “Haven’t met you yet”. Later in 2011, the couple tied the knot and welcomed their two sons, Elias and Noah, two years later. In 2018, the strong-going couple welcomed their first daughter after two sons, Vida.

Buble, who got married at 36, gushed about his talents from writing songs, singing to managing his love life.

The singer revealed the secret, saying, “I mean, music is such a massive part of our life,” “My wife takes saxophone lessons every day. … She’s an actress, you know, a great actor. She’s making a film right now. I’m going to go and be her set bitch, but I take care of the kids and bring her food, and, basically, I do whatever she does for me on tour”

24 weeks ago, Buble wished his wife through a lovely post on Instagram that said, “Happy Birthday to my best friend, my inspiration, my fiercest supporter, my accomplice, my soulmate, and the sexiest saxophonist I’ve ever met.”

In 2016, the couple’s eldest son, Noah, was diagnosed with liver cancer. The Grammy winner has been outspoken about his child’s illness. He said, “I much rather would have it have been me. Many times I wish that it had been.”