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Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton Went on a Family Fishing Trip with Her 3 Sons: See Pics
Shelton hilariously photobombed one snapshot of the three boys.
The Stefani-Shelton family just had an awesome adventure up north!
This weekend, Gwen Stefani and her three children Kingston, 17, Zuma, 15, and Apollo, 10, all went fishing on a boat in Oak Bay, British Columbia. And of course, the boys were accompanied by their stepdad, Blake Shelton.
The fishing company, called King Size Adventures, posted super fun photos of the family having a blast on the boat. In the first picture, Zuma proudly held up a salmon he caught to the camera, while Stefani wore a gray hoodie and casual loose bun. Kingston then held up his catch, another massive salmon, while posing next to his mom. Then, Kingston and Apollo held up some rockfish while Shelton smiled beside them. Stefani then hugged her youngest, before we catch a glimpse of the three boys all showing off their fish while Shelton hilariously photobombed in the background.
This isn't the only adventure that the family has been up to lately. Zuma recently had his 15th birthday, and Stefani took him to a Zach Bryan concert to celebrate the occasion. And earlier this month, Kingston showed off his vocal chops with a surprise performance at Shelton's Ole Red bar in Oklahoma.
In an interview with People, Stefani talked about Kingston's bold personality. “Kingston has always been the most stylish,” she told the outlet. “He always knew exactly what he wanted to wear. Luckily, he always picked really kind of cool, outrageous stuff. He’s really into brands and has a real strong personality and opinion.”
Blake Shelton on being a stepdad
Shelton clearly loves to bond with Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo. In fact, he cited wanting to spend more time with his family as a critical reason he chose to step away from The Voice after 23 Seasons.
“I think being a stepdad has changed my perspective in that I’m not the first person that I think about anymore," Shelton told Access, "Even to the small little things when you go, ‘I think I’ll do this,’ the very next thought is always,‘Well, wait a minute. How’s that going work?' Or, 'What will they think?' Or, 'How will that affect a schedule?'"
He continued, “I think the only way for me to really do that right is to step away from being committed to something like The Voice that demands a lot of your time. There’s no way around it. If you’re going to do it and do it right, you have to be 150 percent in. And I just feel like those days are behind me for now. I got a more important job."