Love is in the air for Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani! A body language expert dished on the couple’s latest PDA pics to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY and revealed that the hot duo’s affection is definitely the real deal. Get the scoop here!
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s relationship is going strong — and it’s totally genuine, too! The stars looked happier than ever during drive in Los Angeles last week, and we got all the details on the meaning behind their PDA from an expert in body language. And, you guys, this love is totally for real!
“They look very much in love and thrilled that they have found each other,” Liel Lowndes, body language expert and author of How To Make Anyone Fall In Love With You, tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “It’s very understandable after the rocky romances they both have been through. His body language suggests he is warm and protective of her. Their wide open smiles indicate that they’re having a moment of sincere pleasure. It appears he is making her genuinely happy.” (CLICK HERE TO SEE PICS OF THE COUPLE’S OUTING).
While the 46-year-old has been a bit more reserved about showing affection in public, Blake has clearly made no secret that he’s pining over his new lady. Even with cameras on them during a date night on Dec. 8, the country singer held nothing back when it came to kissing his woman — and he was even caught grabbing her butt by bystanders!
And let’s not forget about everything our insiders have seen go down during commercial breaks on The Voice set! During most breaks from the live shows, the 39-year-old wastes no time running over to Gwen’s chair, and audience members just can’t miss it when he kisses her for the entire crowd to see.
“His response is making her genuinely happy,” Liel adds, referring to the car pics. “I’ve seen so many fake smiles on the faces of stars that it’s nice to see these two having a moment of sincere pleasure with each other.” We totally agree!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Blake and Gwen are ‘genuinely’ in love? What do you think of their relationship?