Gwen Stefani has decided to open up about her personal life. Gwen has been quite private about her plans since her divorce from former husband Gavin Rossdale. Moreover, the beautiful singer has never been very open about talking about this separation.
Now it seems that Gwen decided to talk about her divorce and life with Blake Shelton, whom she has been with since the official split. Gwen claimed that Blake was the one who helped her move on from the separation from her former husband. The singer claimed that her split from Galvin was not easy at all. “My dreams were shattered,” Gwen said during her recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar. “All I wanted my whole life was to have babies, be married, like what my parents have,” she added.
Gwen revealed that one of the most difficult things for her has been sharing the kids and spending only half of the time with them. “It was so insane because not only did my family break up, but then my kids are taken away like half the time, so that was really like, ‘What?! What did I do?'” the singer shared.
“Of course you go through the ‘Why me?’ and feel sorry for yourself. But then I was like, ‘No, this happened to me already and I made something good out of it,’ and that was Tragic Kingdom,” she went on to say. Gwen was referring to her successful No Doubt album, Tragic Kingdom, which was inspired from her separation from Tony Kanal.
Of course, music has helped her this time, as well, as Gwen confessed that her feelings inspired the song “This is what the Truth Feels Like.” Gwen also explained her reasons in being quite private about her personal life. The star claimed that she is just thinking about her children.
Well, when it comes to the special man in her life, Blake Shelton, Gwen couldn’t be happier. “It was like being handed this gift of a friend who was going through the exact same thing at the exact same time. And then everything flipped. It went from horrible to, like, hopeful and like, ‘Wow, God, you just don’t know what’s gonna happen next,'” the beautiful star concluded.