Gwen Stefani & Zuma: Halloween In London

Semi-Exclusive... Gwen & Zuma Departing On A Flight At LAX

Gwen Stefani and Zuma were seen at LAX with some friends to catch a departing flight on Tuesday (October 30). The 4-year-old wore a Harajuku Mini for Target shirt designed by mom. The No Doubt singer wore plaid pants, white top, black leather jacket and bright pink-framed sunglasses.

On Wednesday (October 31) the pair were seen arriving at Heathrow Airport. Looks like trick-or-treating will take place in England!

Over the weekend Gwen and Gavin Rossdale threw a star-studded Halloween party at their home. Band mate Tony Kanal and his daughter were guests.

 

 

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  1. Anna

    Isn’t Zuma way big for a stroller?

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    • Kasey

      I have an 5-year old nephew and whenever I take him to a big city or the zoo, I still bring a stroller with me. Both because he’s bound to get tired and sometimes it’s way to quickly get from one place another while not having to worry about losing him. While he’s not in it, we use it for bags and such.

      So no, I don’t think Zuma is too big for a stroller.

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      • anon

        Although your situation makes sense, I don’t think it does in this context. It’s one thing if someone is travelling solo with their kid and has to fend for themselves, but that’s clearly not the case with Gwen who travels with an entourage including a nanny.

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        • Anonymous

          But you don’t even KNOW her situation. Maybe the kid was up all night and was just tired. Maybe he wasn’t feeling well. Maybe it’s just easier to pop him in the stroller and go.

          Stop judging. Sheesh……..

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  2. Danielle

    Yes Anna I would agree. I have a now almost 3 yr old and our pushchair has been made redundant in the last few months, he walks everywhere. We live in the ‘big city’ London and he walks or scoots everywhere, we also did Chessignton theme park in the summer holidays and didn’t take a pushchair. We just decided we didn’t want one of those lazy kids who moans every time they walk down a street, I grew up having to walk everywhere as my mum couldn’t drive due to illness, we also like to be healthy.
    It isn’t like Zuma has far to walk from the plane to a limo waiting outside. Taking a pushchair on holiday is just was more hassle than it was worth imo.

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  3. judy

    Don’t want to wade into the stroller debate, but 2 nannies + an assistant seems a bit over the top for 1 person travelling with 1 child. The same set of pictures were on another site.

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  4. popsykl

    not to mention the nipples HAHAHAHAHA

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