Gwen Stephanie could not contain her excitement as she took her son Apollo, 8, to watch a baseball game in LA.
No need to take Gwen Stefani, 52, out for ballgame; She can get herself there! The singer enjoyed a day at Hira on Saturday, March 12 with her beloved son Apollo8, your older brother ZumaBaseball game in Los Angeles. Shaking off a letterman jacket and bright red lipstick, Gwen couldn’t help but rejoice as she spent the day sweetly celebrating her two favorite boys.
In the captivating photos, Gwen and Apollo could not have been more excited to please Zuma when they arrived at LA Field. Shaking a casual pair with chunky white boots, ripped jeans, and fabulous sneakers, Gwen took Apollo, NERF football with her to support Zuma on a sunny Saturday. Once on the stand, Gwen was the biggest fan, cheering, smiling, and even taking pictures with a disposable camera while Zuma showed off his stuff on the field.
Gwen shares Apollo with her ex-husband Gavin RosdaleDivorced in 2016 after 13 years of marriage. They also share two older children, Kingston15, and ZumaGavin and Gavin’s split was far from friendly amid growing allegations of fraud against Gavin and his ex-grandmother. In 2015, Gwen began dating her current husband and partner The voice Judge Blake SheltonWho went through his own tumultuous divorce with the country’s star Miranda Lambert In 2015. Gwen and Blake were married in July 2021 in a sweet ceremony.
Although Blake may not be the main father in the life of Gwen’s three sons, the couple has made sure to support their mixed family, and Apollo was the center of Gwen and Blake’s wedding last year. In a recent interview with PeopleBlake recounted the experience of falling in love with Gwen and shared that the prospect of becoming a stepfather only added to the excitement.
In the interview, Blake attributed that mentality to the strong example his father set for him. “My father set an example for me [child] Was not even an idea [in a romantic partnership]. Do you have three sons “Great!” He said People. “My dad raised me. I could do it. I didn’t know what I was signing up for, but I was about to sign up for it. And every day I fall in love with the boys as much as I do with Gwen.