Gwen Stefani has taken to social media with an adorable pregnancy tease following the conclusion of her husband Blake Shelton’s US tour – but it’s not what anyone expected.
Rather of tease any health-related news, the ‘Rich Girl’ singer, who recently stunned fans in a black leather ensemble, took to Instagram to share a photo and video of a pregnant cat.
Fans have been speculating for months whether Gwen will announce that she is having her fourth child, her first with husband Blake Shelton. However, the 53-year-old has not revealed any information indicating that she is pregnant. The artist may have uploaded the video of the joyful kitty to retaliate against individuals who have spread recent rumours.
Looking to the future, there is a baby on the way for Gwen as her former step-daughter Daisy Lowe is currently expecting her first child. Daisy’s father Gavin Rossdale was Gwen’s first husband, and is the father of her three sons: Apollo, nine, Zuma, 14, and Kingston, 16, to whom Blake is now a step-dad.
The boys split their time between their mom and dad’s homes. During the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, they spent a lot of time in Oklahoma with mom and stepdad Blake Shelton.
The three boys are being raised in a happy blended family; with Gavin previously sharing how is always looking for ways “to be a better father.”
Speaking in 2019 about the kids which he shares with Gwen, in addition to Daisy who he shares with his former partner Pearl Lowe, Gavin told People: “My kids are really funny and cool, and we have such a good time together. But I constantly strive to be a better father. I am lucky that my life is so great.”
Meanwhile, Blake announced in December 2022 that he was leaving The Voice after a decade as a coach on the competition show in order to be present for his stepsons.
“You don’t know what your regrets are going to be until you look back one day. I feel like my regrets would be, if I stayed on this path, that I am missing out on some more important things in life — and for now, that’s our kids,” he told People magazine.