Gavin Rossdale takes Sunday trip to mall in LA with son Zuma, 12… after ex Gwen Stefani has their marriage annulled by Catholic Church
His former wife Gwen Stefani recently obtained an annulment of their marriage from the Roman Catholic Church.
And on Sunday, Gavin Rossdale headed to a mall in LA with his son Zuma, 12, one of three boys he shares with Stefani.
The British musician, most famous for being the frontman for Bush, was affectionate with his middle child as they made their way into the shopping center.
OShopping trip: Gavin Rossadale headed to a mall in LA on Sunday with his son Zuma, 13, the middle of his three sons with ex-wife Gwen Stefani
In addition to Zuma, Rossdale, 55, shares Kingston, 14, and Apollo, six, with his ex-wife.
The rocker was dressed casually in a white t-shirt and pale gray cotton pants with blue patches.
He stepped out in black canvas ankle boots and donned a black cloth face mask.
Zuma also wore a mask along with a gray graphic sweatshirt, black baggy trousers and designer trainers.
Casual: The British rocker, 55, was dressed in a white t-shirt and pale gray cotton pants with blue patches. He stepped out in black canvas ankle boots and donned a black cloth face mask
Celebrity exes: Rossdale and Stefani (pictured 2014) married in 2002, split in 2015 and finalized their divorce in 2016. In addition to Zuma, they also share Kingston, 14, and Apollo, six
Rossdale and Stefani, who wed in 2002, split in 2015 and their divorce was finalized in 2016.
The No Doubt singer, 51, went public with her relationship with country music star Blake Shelton in November, 2015.
Shelton was freshly divorced from fellow country star Miranda Lambert.
In October, the couple announced that they are engaged and plan to marry.
Moved on: The No Doubt singer, 51, went public with her relationship with country music star Blake Shelton in November, 2015 (pictured in 2019)
She said yes: In October, Stefani and Shelton announced that they are engaged and plan to marry
Stefani is a devout Catholic and in March 2019, she had sought an annulment, which would mean that in the eyes of the Catholic church, it would be as if her marriage to Rossdale had never happened.
It means she is able to marry again in a church service and have the union recognized by the church.
However, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to put a dent in her plans to have a wedding in front of family and friends along with a reception.
‘Gwen knows she is blessed and wants to have the wedding as soon as social distancing guidelines are lifted,’ a source explained to UsWeekly.
Hurdle cleared: Devout Catholic Stefani has been granted an annulment of her marriage to Rossdale by the Catholic Church, meaning she can now marry Shelton in a church ceremony