Gwen Stefani’s Museum Munchkins

Gwen Stefani's Museum Munchkins

Love that hat!

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale visited the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on the Upper West Side of New York City with their two adorable sons – Kingston, 4, and Zuma, 2 – today (September 8).

The family of four explored inside a Boeing 747 airplane and an Intrepid Battleship.

Looks like Gwen and Kingston went for a mani-pedi again. The mother-son duo were sporting matching neon nail polish.

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Filed under: Gavin Rossdale,Gwen Stefani,Kingston Rossdale,Zuma Rossdale

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  1. Elizabeth

    ALWAYS with the nanny!! It drives me crazy! Can’t a couple just take their 2 kids to a museum alone like most American families?

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    • TiggerTiff

      What’s your beef!!! If I’m paying my nanny (hypothetically speaking) a salary she’s damn well going to be everywhere with my children and myself are. Shoot…if her job for the day is just holding bags and pushing an empty stroller its money well spent. IMO..

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  2. TiggerTiff

    On a different note the Intrepid is really cool my fam and I were there last week on vaca. I’m twenty-two and I had fun. I could only imagine Kingston and Zuma did too.

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  3. Rosie

    I think the criticism over Gwen having the nannies is unfair.There is no question she is an incredibly hands-on Mom,but I think it’s understandable that she has help.Furthermore,in the April issue of InStyle,Gwen said that with all the paparazzi that unfortunately follow her family around all of the time,she sometimes feels unsafe to go places by herself with her children.It’s sad in a way that she feels unsafe,but again it’s understandable why she was extra help,especially in a busy city like New York or LA.

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