Gwen Stefani’s Dino Dude

Gwen Stefani’s Dino Dude

Gwen Stefani and her 3-year-old son, Kingston, were spotted out and about in London this morning.

After heading to the gym – only to find out that it was closed – the 40-year-old singer and her son headed to Starbucks for a bite to eat.

Kingston, who brought along a big dinosaur toy, roared fiercely at the photogs as they snapped away.

Just yesterday we spotted the entire Stefani-Rossdale crew out for a wintry walk in Hampstead Heath.

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Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

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  1. ll

    It’s really upsetting how often Kingston looks so unhappy in paparazzi photos. Maybe it’s just 3 year old boy acting out, but it’s no fun looking at, sigh.

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  2. Anonymous

    Oh, he is just awful! I know that the paparazzi must be irritating, but I would not let my child make those hideous faces at them. You don’t respond to ugly behavior with ugly behavior. What kind of lessons is this child learning? Yuck!

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  3. kaleyn

    he is like sid vicious just like his parents said

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  4. Auntie

    Paparazzi culpable for their behavior, a 3 yr old who is clearly bothered by the constant interruptions, not so much.

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    • Anonymous

      So should parents not bother to correct inappropriate behavior from their children? Should they not try to teach their kids manners and appropriate social behavior? Because I have NEVER seen Gwen or Gavin try to correct Kingston’s vile attitude.

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      • Anonymous

        THey don’t need to correct his behavior. The paparazzi have no right to follow her around when she is out with her child. It isn’t like shes on the red carpet. I think it’s sad that a child who is constantly photographed because his parent are famous shouldn’t have to go through this. You have to think this little 3 year old is surrounded by huge men with cameras every time he leaves his home even when he isn’t out with his parents.

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