Gwen Stefani & Gavin Rossdale’s Dapper Dudes

Gwen Stefani Celebrates Thanksgiving With Her Family

Joined by the nanny and their sons Kingston, 6, and 4-year-old Zuma, rockstars Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale arrived at Gwen’s parents’ house to celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday (November 22).

Looking stylish as always, Gwen was seen toting a pooch while her elder son carried in a bag full of food. And not to mention the boys’ dapper duds!

Gwen and her youngest son have recently been spotted in Europe while she promoted her latest album with No Doubt.

And Gavin was seen spending time with Kingston back at home in L.A. while they were overseas.

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  1. julianne

    The older boy does not look like a willing participant. Maybe it’s the outfit :(

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  2. grace

    Nice of them to include the nanny in Thanksgiving, but it doesn’t seem fair to leave their other nannies behind.

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  3. Por

    That poor nanny had to spend Thanksgiving working instead of being with her own family. What a life.

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  4. Elizabeth

    I’m sorry, but needing a nanny on Thanksgiving with your family is outrageous. They are more than capable of taking care of their 2 boys, plus their extended family will be there. I feel sorry for the nanny not having the day off, and having to watch the kids while Gwen checks her lipstick.

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    • anon.

      totally agree – in most circumstances, taking a nanny to a family function seems a bit “out there”, but this situation is not your average family. Gwen likes to have the nanny there 24/7 and pays her quite well, I’m sure. Plus, “Dad” seems pretty useless when it comes to providing any meaningful help with the kids — even when he is with one child, he brings the nanny everywhere “just in case”.

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  5. Anon

    Maybe Nanny didn’t have anywhere else to go. Not everyone lives close to family.

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