Gwen Stefani had the company of her son Zuma Rossdale to take their Pomeranian puppy for a walk at an LA park yesterday afternoon. Gwen has been busy after having time off around Thanksgiving. On Tuesday, Gwen and Gavin Rossdale ran errands around LA. The couple enjoyed downtime together after she performed with her band, No Doubt, on Saturday. Gwen hit the stage with No Doubt in the first of six scheduled performances in LA. Gwen is now gearing up for their next show at the Gibson Amphitheatre tomorrow night.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale ran errands around LA yesterday. The duo made their way back to their car as Gwen held on to the family's latest addition, a Pomeranian puppy. They're back to their weekday routine after a busy holiday. The Stefani-Rossdale family spent Thanksgiving Day at Gwen's parents house in LA and returned closer to home over the long weekend. On Saturday, Gavin took Kingston and Zuma to a playground while Gwen performed with No Doubt at the Gibson Amphitheater, the first of a string of shows that the band is scheduled to play at the LA venue. Gwen returned to the stage on Monday night and will continue with five more concerts through next week.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale kept busy over the long weekend balancing work and play. Gwen hit the stage with No Doubt at the Gibson Amphitheatre in LA on Saturday night. Gavin took the opportunity to clock some playtime with their sons earlier that day, taking Zuma and Kingston to a Santa Monica park. The father of two watched the boys climb trees and ride bikes, but he also got in on the action himself, taking a spin on Kingston's scooter. On Sunday, they spent another day in the sun, going for a hike with the boys' nanny.
Gwen's weekend show was one of six dates the band will be playing in LA. Since releasing their comeback album in September, they've been performing widely. Just a few weeks ago, they were in Germany for the 2012 MTV EMAs, and they also helped kick off the NFL season in NYC earlier in the Fall. Despite the hectic schedule, the Stefani-Rossdales have taken time-outs to celebrate the holidays. Gwen, Gavin, Kingston, and Zuma marked Thanksgiving with her parents in Southern California last week, and Gwen also spent Halloween trick-or-treating with Zuma in London while she was there for a TV appearance.
Gwen Stefani left her London hotel with son Zuma ahead of her appearance on the UK's X Factor on Sunday. Gwen and her band, No Doubt, gave a live performance of their latest hit, "Looking Hot," off their recent album, Push and Shove, for the show. The new single is currently the center of controversy, as Gwen and the band faced criticism after releasing the track's music video. Gwen, who was dressed in Native American garb for the shoot, received negative feedback from the Native American community. Shortly after, No Doubt made a public apology and ultimately pulled the video. Gwen's pushing on amid the scandal, however, continuing her trek around Europe in the company of Zuma. Today, Gwen and Zuma departed their London hotel to hop on the Eurostar to Paris.
Gwen Stefani and her youngest son, Zuma Rossdale, hit the streets of London this evening to do a little trick-or-treating. Zuma sported a Star Wars Stormtrooper costume as they set out on the leaf-strewn streets of the city. Gwen decided to forgo dressing up for the holiday, but looked stylish as usual in a pair of sunglasses, a puffy jacket, and her trusty Doc Martens.
The Stefani-Rossdales have made their home base in LA, but also spend time in Gavin's hometown of London each year. Gwen and No Doubt will appear on the UK version of The X Factor this Sunday, and will head to Frankfurt, Germany, for the MTV EMAs the following weekend. After that, she and Gavin will enjoy a couple of weeks of downtime before No Doubt kicks off a series of shows in LA on Nov. 24 and Gavin resumes touring with Bush on Dec. 1.
Gwen Stefani took off from LAX with her son Zuma Rossdale last night. The duo arrived in London this morning, and made their way from Heathrow to their home in the city. Gwen and Zuma typically spend a month in the Fall at the UK home base, along with dad Gavin Rossdale and Zuma's older brother, Kingston. Before leaving, though, Gwen made sure to cast an early vote in the presidential election. She also celebrated Gavin Rossdale's 47th birthday yesterday, and tweeted a special message to him. She wrote, "Happy b-day Gavin Rossdale — kisses!"
Gwen will have to be back in the US by the end of November, though, since she's got a string of West Coast tour dates planned with No Doubt. Their first show is planned for Nov. 24 at LA's Gibson Amphitheatre. There has been talk of a European tour for Gwen and her bandmates, and if that proves true, it's likely Gwen will make the trek to the UK once again.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale got into the Halloween spirit as they took their sons, Kingston and Zuma Rossdale, to Shawn's Pumpkin Patch in LA yesterday. Even their family dog went along for the fun! Zuma and Kingston played games, rode a roller coaster, and picked out their pumpkins. Gwen and Gavin kept up with their little guys, but also managed to sneak in kisses. Gwen and Gavin are gearing up for the holiday, and it seems their little ones have been excited for the trick-or-treating for a while — Kingston started wearing costumes well in advance of Oct. 31. The Stefani-Rossdale clan seems to have settled back into their routine after Gavin spent the last few months on the road with his band, Bush, and Gwen was busy promoting No Doubt's latest album, Push and Shove.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale went their separate ways on Saturday when she took her assistant along for a sushi lunch in Studio City. Gavin and Gwen met up, though, to take their sons, Kingston and Zuma, to get supplies at a Petco. Kingston was already in the Halloween spirit, and wore his costume to browse for pet goods.
Gwen and Gavin are at home and enjoying each other's company after work put them in separate places over the last few months. He's been on the road with his band, Bush, while she's been promoting No Doubt's comeback album, Push and Shove. It seems there was some grown-ups-only time over the weekend. Gavin tweeted early yesterday morning, "Is 5 a.m. early for a Sunday morning or late for a Saturday night. . . ?"
Gwen Stefani carried her son Zuma, who showed off his superhero style in a Batman cape, as they touched down at LAX on Saturday. Gwen and her youngest returned home from their stay in London, where she promoted her newly released album, Push and Shove, with her No Doubt bandmates. She was busy with her press schedule, but Gwen snuck in quality time with Zuma while across the pond. The UK stop was one of No Doubt's final in an overseas tour, with Gwen and the band performing on The Jonathan Ross Show's latest episode.
Gwen Stefani took a break from her London press schedule to spend time with her son Zuma Rossdale yesterday. They walked hand in hand before heading to dinner at Ozer Restaurant. Gwen sported a black silk jumpsuit and houndstooth blazer, along with a pair of studded spike booties from Giuseppe Zanotti. Gwen has been overseas with her No Doubt bandmates to promote their new album, Push and Shove. No Doubt's sixth studio album has gotten great reviews so far, and the band is headlining shows at LA's Gibson Amphitheatre this November and December, with tickets on sale today.