Gwen Stefani has gotten into the habit of painting her sons’ nails with colored nail polish. But why?
“The Voice” judge Gwen Stefani has three boys with her husband, rocker Gavin Rossdale. It’s recently been observed that her two older sons, Kingston, 9, and Zuma, 8, have been sporting nail polish while running around town with their mom. Is the “No Doubt” singer longing for a daughter of her own?
Stefani is far from a conventional mother when it comes to raising her children with husband Rossdale. Apparently, the singer and fashion designer has a pretty good reason for giving Kingston and Zuma manis and pedis when they’re out on errands, and it’s not because she’s hoping they adopt a different gender to suit her.
“It’s one of those things where, it’s not like I don’t think about it, but they’re used to being around me, and I’m always doing my hair, makeup, nails,” the 45-year-old Grammy awardee told E! News. “It’s just normal for them. What I like to say is that being unique and original is what makes me happy, and I think that rubs off on them.”
It looks like Stefani’s unique take on grooming has rubbed off on her two little men. However, there’s also a very practical reason for allowing her sons to use nail polish.
“My sons did nails just the other day, and the only reason was because their nails were so disgusting!” she revealed.
Like all other little boys, Kingston and Zuma do enjoy playing in the dirt.
The boys have been seen wearing black, bright yellow, as well as gold and silver nail polish. Stefani says Kingston is particularly enamored of pink.
“Are you sure you wanna do pink, because you’re gonna go to school tomorrow? Are you sure you’re not gonna be embarrassed?” she recalled asking her oldest son.
“He said, ‘No, I don’t care; it’s a cool color.'” the proud mom revealed.
Watch this clip on Gwen Stefani’s sons’ colorfully groomed fingernails:
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