Blake is currently on 'Back To The Honky Tonk Tour' which will run through March 25.
When Blake Shelton announced that he was going on tour, Gwen Stefani took the chance to tell everyone that the country heartthrob is solely hers. The Back To The Honky Tonk Tour by the Boys 'Round Here vocalist went on the road last week and will remain there through March 25, per TODAY.
Backstage at a recent tour stop, the Hollaback Girl singer gave Shelton a unique memento to remember her by. She shared a picture on Instagram of the gift. A denim jacket with "Mr. Stefani" bedazzled on the back. "Someone got a new jacket," she wrote in the caption, adding, "I wonder who it could be."
The pair got married in 2021 and frequently adorably showcase their love for one another. Before meeting each other, they were married to different partners. Shelton to Miranda Lambert, and Stefani to Gavin Rossdale. On The Drew Barrymore Show in November, Stefani shared that she feels that a higher force brought the two of them together. “God just put us together,” she exclaimed.
“It was one of those miracle situations where I didn’t see it coming. I was like, ‘I’m going to wake up every day. I’m going to have a coffee. I’m going to take care of my kids and then I’m going to go to bed.’ I’m never going to kiss anyone, I’m never going to — you know me: I thought my life was over. And then Blake Shelton’s like, ‘Hey! I’m Blake Shelton’,” she shared of her moving love story.
Finding someone who understands her, according to Stefani, has been the best part. “Finding a best friend, someone that is on the same plane when it comes to morals or just the way you look at life, that’s the dream,” she said. “Just having someone that, we think the same about things. Yeah, we’re so different. He’s watching football and doing his stuff that he does and I’m putting makeup on, so whatever. We are so different, but yet we’re so the same on so many levels,” she added.
Stefani's three sons, Kingston, 16, Zuma, 14, and Apollo, 8, whom she shares with Rossdale, now have Shelton as their dad. Shelton discussed how becoming a father has improved him in a PEOPLE interview from last December. “They’ve taught me something about myself that I never knew. I’m more than just a country singer or a goofy guy. I’m someone they actually lean on, and that’s not a responsibility that I ever had and not something that I ever considered even being into,” he said.
It's "a different kind of self-worth," he described. "Maybe it’s the opposite of self-worth because you put yourself way down on the rung, and they move up ahead of you,” he said.
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