The petition to annul the wedding of the singer Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale has already been approved by the Vatican Court
The United States.- Good news for the pop singer Gwen Stefani, her request to annul the nuptial link with the rocker Gavin Rossdale has been approved by the Vatican Court, this one year after she began the formal process in May 2019, which makes her very happy, since she had no hope of achieving a positive response and less in such a short time.
The singer had already lost hope that the petition would be approved, but now she hopes that within the next few weeks she receives all the documentation that certifies that her union with the father of her three children; Kingston, 14, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, 6, have been annulled.
The couple was very happy to take the next step in this curious relationship that began when both ended their respective marriages. Their love story had a strong bond from the moment they met and now they have become one of the favorite couples in the American entertainment medium.
In a past interview with Billboard, Shelton recalled instantly falling in love with Gwen Stefani and how the two helped each other heal the pain in their hearts. He said that he will never forget the day he met the singer, since, without knowing about her, he already had tears in his eyes when he saw her.
Since the celebrities were linked in a loving way, she has been in charge of putting aside all the rumors about the marriage, even, during the month of August, in the launch of a song with Dua Lipa, she made things clear about marriage speculation after the 25-year-old referred to Blake as “Gwen’s husband.”
The 52-year-old singer has three children; Kingston Rossdale, Zuma Rossdale, and Apollo Rossdale, from her previous marriage to Bush singer Gavin Rossdale.
Blake Shelton, meanwhile, was previously married to Miranda Lambert, however, the marriage came to an end in 2015 when they divorced. Over the years, the musician has become a father figure to the children of his now-fiancée.