Gwen Stefani’s sons' clothing choice proves that they already love Blake Shelton

Apr 18, 2018
10:35 A.M.
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The iconic country singer is becoming a great influence on Gwen Stefani's children, as revealed by the latest photographs.


During a family holiday, Gwen Stefani's children proved that they are bonding really well with her boyfriend Blake Shelton. According to Us Weekly, all her children wore clothes resembling the style of the country star.

The source wrote that Shelton and Stefani, and her children, Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo, took a family trip to the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma on July 17, 2017.

During the trip, 11-year-old Kingston donned a button-down shirt, jeans, and cowboy boots, which are iconic of the country icon, Shelton.


Similarly, 9-year-old Zuma chose to wear a camouflage shirt, black shorts, and a pair of sandals that matched with the rest of his outfit. Meanwhile, 4-year-old Apollo donned a black shirt and camo shorts.

Shelton sure did enjoy the trip with his girlfriend and her children. He was later found tweeting about the event by stating that he had a great time, the online source informed.


After the visit, the family then went to a souvenir shop to pick up some memorable items to take back home with them.

In the shop, Shelton got himself a hand-carved knife with a beaded handle, while Stefani chose a few pieces of jewelry. Apollo got himself a stuffed animal.


The family took the 30-miles-long trip from Shelton's home in Tishomingo, Oklahoma to the exhibit on a helicopter, the source further revealed.

The fun wasn't over for the family even after they returned from the trip. After getting back home, they took to the lake on a boat and continued their quality family time.

The children enjoyed their time with Shelton by jumping off the deck of the boat to the water, and Stefani had a blast capturing the delightful moment with her phone.

Stefani and Shelton have been dating since November 2015 after meeting for the first time on the set of The Voice.