Gwen Stefani Had Fun Spending Time With Sons Who Are All Grown Up Now

By Sumeet Kaur | 12 months ago
Gwen Stefani Had Fun Spending Time With Sons Who Are All Grown Up Now

Halloween is around the corner and Gwen Stefani was lately spotted at Feeding America Holiday Harvest event at Shawn’s Pumpkin Patch in Culver City, Calif with her two sons on Oct. 24, 2015. The American singer’s boys are all grown up now. She and her kids were seen wallowing in the joy of mounting ponies and selecting pumpkins overwhelmingly.

The 46-year-old Stefani has three sons: Kingston, 9 years; Zuma, 6 years; and Apollo, 19 months. The mother of the three was seen taking profound delight in watching her kids trolling in the pumpkin patch to find gourds.


The “Used to Love You” singer looked peppy in white mesh tank top, which she has chosen to team with distressed jeans. The red high-tops accentuated the look she was carrying for the day. The toddler was into the matching pair. Kingston wore neon yellow kicks and Zuma wore cowboy boots.

According to US Magazine, the mother and sons also took back home a beautiful parakeet. The singer also clicked a selfie with Kingston while the new pet parrot sat on her shoulder. She also uploaded the pic on instagram giving it the caption, “We got a new family member #parakeet #tigarlily.”


The next day, Oct 25, 2015, Stefani and her estranged husband, Gavin Rossdale were reported to have agreed on the joint custody of their kids. They have called quits to their marriage of thirteen years in August. Stefani definitely knows how to live life happy rather than focusing on life’s negatives.

Stefani has stated to Entertainment Tonight in September, “I feel like the number one thing is living in the moment because if you can just do that and sit there and be grateful, for even the bad things or the good things, then you’ll have peace.”

Fans love Gwen Stefani for having this attitude towards life. Hope her boys also grow up as adults to have this kind of attitude towards life.

Photo Source: Gwen Stefani /Facebook