Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton may be over the moon crazy about each other, but Gwen’s ex is asking her to tone it down just a touch. Gavin Rossdale doesn’t want her parading Blake around their sons, according to our EXCLUSIVE source, because it’s just too much, too soon!
Though the rumors right now are that Gavin Rossdale, 50, cheated on Gwen Stefani, 46, with their nanny, he’s still got some provisions in place for her new relationship post-divorce. Gwen and Blake Shelton, 39, just went public with their relationship, but Gavin’s already warning them to quiet up again — unless Gwen doesn’t care about the kids! Sounds like someone’s ready to fight dirty!
“Gavin gave Gwen a hard time when ‘her people’ went public on her relationship with Blake,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “He told her not to flaunt her new romance for their kids’ sake. This is partly why she has been downplaying the whole relationship thing.”
“But really, Gavin has no right to shame her or make her feel bad,” the source continued. “She is a brilliant mother, and Gavin still knows exactly what buttons to press to make her feel guilty or insecure about her parenting skills. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!”
How terrible! After years of a rocky relationship with Gavin that ended with divorce in August 2015, Gwen moved on to Blake — and she’s apparently never been happier. The Voice coaches have flirted constantly since their respective divorces, so it was pretty clear that a romance was blooming. Their “undeniable” chemistry couldn’t be stopped, and they’re finally getting to talk about it!
It’s understandable that Gavin would want Gwen to tread lightly when it comes to bringing a new relationship around their kids, who are still getting used to the idea of mom and dad apart. But it’s disgusting to question her love for their children! It probably wasn’t a great idea to hook up with their nanny behind Gwen’s back, either!
HollywoodLifers, what do YOU think about Gavin’s demands? Tell us in the comments!
— Samantha Wilson, Reporting by Sandra Clark