A Fan Encounters The Stefani-Rossdales; Gavin Talks To Us Weekly

A Fan Encounters The Stefani-Rossdales; Gavin Talks To Us Weekly

When Gavin Rossdale performed at Jane Goodall’s sixth annual Roots&Shoots Day of Peace on the 21st, wife Gwen Stefani and 2-year-old son Kingston were on hand to show some support – and one lucky fan, sunpistgirl110, got to meet them and gave Celebrity Baby Scoop permission to post the adorable pictures she took. She also added, “Kingston was so adorable! He kept running towards Gwen, it was so cute!”

Gavin took some time out to joke with Us Weekly about his home life.

About how 1-month-old Zuma is doing: “Fantastic. Really good. He’s counting backwards from 10, which is pretty impressive.”

On Kingston’s adjustment: “Kingston thinks he’s all right and is getting used to him,” he said. “I think at first there was probably a little concern that [Zuma] might be staying over!” said Rossdale.

About how Gwen is feeling: “On top of the world,” he said. “We went to a wedding yesterday for my manager’s daughter. It was a lot of fun.”

For more cute pictures and a link to a cute video click ‘Continue Reading’

X17 also has a video on their site.

Source: US Weekly; NoDoubt forums

Photos: (with permission) sunpistgirl110 (MySpace page)

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Filed under: Gavin Rossdale,Gwen Stefani,Kingston Rossdale

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  1. I hadn’t actually watched that video yet – I’m surprised, it looks like Kingston was actually listening to his dad sing, not just humoring his mom by sitting in her lap! Ah, I adore this family.

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  2. Awww..the video is cute. Gwen looks amazing as usual!

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  3. Kingston is just too adorable I just love this family. I can’t wait too see little Zuma. Why Zuma?

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