The couple in love is publicly open about their relationship. Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are reportedly planning their wedding to be as soon as possible. However, there is a rumor saying that the couple is now putting the plan on hold because they want the plan to have a baby come first.
The rumor comes from Life & Style Magazine, which says that Gwen is trying to carry a baby before getting married to Blake. He actually does not mind using a surrogate or adopt a child but Gwen insists that she wants to get pregnant and carry the baby naturally, according to the tabloid. The mother of three sons, Kingston, 10, Zuma, 8, and Apollo, 2, is also considering her age and that is why she cannot wait any longer to have a baby.
However, Gossip Cop, a gossip website that claims to know the real truth about Hollywood news revealed that the rumor is totally false. The website claimed that the rumor about Gwen and Blake putting their wedding on hold came from an ill-informed or manufactured source. They also stated that the tabloid spreading the rumor is known for releasing false gossips about the couple.
The website then referred to a news released from In Touch, which reported that the couple is planning their wedding in May this year in Beverly Hills. The wedding itself allegedly will cost around $3 million with 400 guests invited.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton began dating shortly after they both split from their partners. Gwen opened up about her rough divorce, allegedly caused by her ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale, cheating on her with their children's nanny, according to Us Weekly. Gwen revealed that at the time, she felt like a failure.
And Blake Shelton being there for her is "an unexpected gift," said the No Doubt songstress. Gwen Stefani also opened up that the country singer is "a friend when [she needs] a friend."
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