The Stefani-Rossdales: Dressed Up For Dinner

The Stefani-Rossdales: Dressed Up For Dinner

Gwen Stefani‘s boys Kingston, 5 1/2, and Zuma, 3 1/2, were all dressed up for Easter dinner at their grandparents’ house in Los Angeles, California today (April 7).

The always stylish boys made a festive fashion statement, wearing matching shorts, shoes, sweater vests and bow ties as they arrived to the party with their parents.

The family-of-four is just back from a quick trip to Mexico; Gwen brought the boys down to meet up with dad Gavin Rossdale, who has been busy touring the planet with his band Bush.

“Mexico rules – finally decompressing,” he Tweeted last week. “What an odyssey just getting here.”

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

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  1. Anonymous

    They make the nanny work on easter..!!
    All they are doing is going to the grandparents house so why oh why do they need the nanny?? Theres two parents with two children, it is not that hard!
    Some celeb moms should be ashamed of themselves, hiring people to do all the parenting and care.

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    • Anonymous

      lots and lots of people have to work on easter.

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    • Anonymous

      How do you know the nanny even cares about Easter? You shouldn’t assume everyone in the world is Christian, because there are many people who are not.

      And they have nothing to be ashamed of because they don’t owe you or anyone else an explanation for how they choose to care for their children. Unless they’re being harmed, which they’re not, it’s not your concern.

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  2. Anonymous

    Is that the Nanny carrying lil Lord Rossdale?
    she needs a pay increase poor girl is dressed in rags and looks unhappy

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  3. Anonymous

    Looks like Gwen’s dyeing Kingston’s hair again…

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    • Anonymous

      I know right I wish she would stop it look so good in its natural dark color, but little by little it’s getting light in every new pictuer. I think he going to go back to bleach blond color.

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      • Anonymous

        I’m starting to think that THIS is the natural color of his hair, not that flat dark color he had a while back. This color looks so much more natural, natural highlights. The dark was so …. just dark.

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        • Anonymous

          Nah, Gwen is obsessed with blonde. Kingston looks like he’s wearing a wig with this colour imo.

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        • Anonymous

          No the drak hair is his natural color if you look back at baby pictuers before he was Zuma was born his hair was dark and if you look at his roots their dark also.

          The reason why this color looks natural you is because his hair was bleach blond for so many years the her natural color look odd, the same would happen if Gwen stop bleach her hair and went with her natural look.

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  4. Anonymous

    STOP DYING HIS HAIR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. Anonymous

    I’m surprise they have a nanny with them usually when they go to Gwen’s parents house is the only time they are with out a nanny.

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  6. where's janna?

    Surprised to see that there’s no response from Janna to any of these comments – usually she’s got the gloves on and is vigorously defending Gwen from all the criticism!!

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    • Anonymous

      You are severely mistaken. I don’t defend this woman. What I vigorously defend is anyone’s right to raise their children as they see fit. I wouldn’t dye my kid’s hair when they were little. I also wouldn’t let them have a pacifer when they were 3, or breastfeed them until they were 6.

      But that doesn’t mean that any parent who does any of these things deserves hyper-cricitism from me (or anyone else). Different strokes for different folks, and let’s face it, it’s none of my business how they raise their kids and none of their business how I raise mine.

      I come here because the pictures are interesting, not because I feel the need to bash every parenting choice these people make.

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    • Anonymous

      You are severely mistaken. I don’t defend this woman. What I vigorously defend is anyone’s right to raise their children as they see fit. I wouldn’t dye my kid’s hair when they were little. I also wouldn’t let them have a pacifer when they were 3, or breastfeed them until they were 6.

      But that doesn’t mean that any parent who does any of these things deserves hyper-cricitism from me (or anyone else). Different strokes for different folks, and let’s face it, it’s none of my business how they raise their kids and none of their business how I raise mine.

      I come here because the pictures are interesting, not because I feel the need to bash every parenting choice these people make.

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    • Anonymous2

      Ha ha! I have noticed the same thing with her – there are a couple of celebs she would take a bullet for (I think the other one is Rachel Zoe the stylist??) but Jana is not all sunshine and roses herself.

      She is not above bashing other celebs and I’ve seen it on this site countless times.

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      • Janna

        Take a bullet? Hardly. I just can’t stand to read the vile BS that some people feel the absolute need to spew here every single time they post, as if they had some personal investment in trashing someone as much as possible.

        The only time I agree with everyone is when they post “Everyone is entitled to their opinion”. You expect me to not be bothered by what other people write, so why are you so bothered by what I write?

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  7. SMH

    I’m not concerned with the nanny as much as I am with this childs hideous fashion faux pas of an outfit! Yikes!

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  8. Lizzig

    What parent dyes their 5 year olds hair? Thats just ridiculous. But I guess this is the life of someone with too much money and nothing constructive to do. I have lost all respect for Gwen.

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