It seems that the romance between Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton is becoming stronger. According to the latest rumors, the two stars plan on enjoying the holidays together, being willing to spend time alone.
So, a source talking to People magazine revealed that Gwen and Blake were thinking “of taking a trip.” Insiders said that the two famous singers weren’t thinking about attending family dinner together on Thanksgiving. Actually, an insider talking to HollywoodLife said that Gwen hasn’t invited Blake at her family dinner just because of the kids.
Allegedly, the star wants to keep things as normal as possible for her three children. Still, if things are getting so serious between Blake and Gwen, the singer will finally have to introduce her new boyfriend to the family.
“Traditionally they always spend Thanksgiving with Gwen’s family and they’re trying to keep things as normal as possible for the kids so the plan right now is to stick to that,” the insider explained.
“She and the kids will have dinner at her parents’ place and then she’ll meet up with Blake,” the source went on to add. Maybe, later Gwen and Blake will go off on their vacation. The two have seemed extremely close and they actually are not trying to hide their romance from the public eye. Actually, Gwen showed her affection for Blake on stage on The Voice. She ran to her boyfriend’s arms and the two shared a hug on stage.
Well, if on one hand things seem to be going perfectly well between Gwen and Blake, on the other, it still is claimed that the singer’s former husband, Gavin Rossdale, was cheating on Gwen with no one else than their children’s nanny. Furthermore, it has been reported that the nanny has been hiding away, as she does not want to talk about the rumors.
“The last few weeks have been extremely difficult for Mindy. She has been bombarded with media trying to get her to talk about Gavin and the kids and she isn’t wanting to talk,” an insider explained. “She cares about those kids so much and out of respect for the family wants to keep quiet,” it added.