Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have named their third son Apollo.
The 48-year-old Bush frontman confirmed they welcomed a baby boy into the world in Los Angeles on Friday, and they decided to include both of their mother's maiden names in the tot's unusual moniker.
"Welcome Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale 2/28/14. Bowie and Flynn = [our] mothers' maiden names," he wrote on Saturday.
The couple also have sons, Zuma, five, and Kingston, seven, together, while Gavin has daughter Daisy Lowe, 25, with ex-girlfriend Pearl Lowe.
The No Doubt beauty, 44, revealed in January that she was expecting another son.
It's another boy for Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale!
The No Doubt singer announced on her Instagram earlier today that she and her Bush rocker husband will be looking forward to raising a third son. “I was ready to hand over the crown. but I guess I am still queen of the house. #itsaboy #surroundedbyboys," she wrote in the caption accompanying a photo of her wearing a crown.
Gwen and Gavin - who have been married for 11 years now - are already parents to Kingston, 7, and Zuma, 5.
Back in September 2012, Gwen revealed in an interview that she had hoped for a third child sooner: “I really, really, really wanted one about two years ago. And it didn’t really work out... So... I feel good with what we’ve got. Everything works out how it should. You can’t plan anything, right? You can try."
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Gwen Stefani doesn't want her pregnancy to stop her working.
The singer is expecting her third child with husband Gavin Rossdale but rather than take things easy she is determined to continue with her career as normal. "Gwen is working through this and even going to a lot of parties and social functions as if she isn't pregnant at all, and she's not interested in having long conversations with her friends about it either. She's clearly trying to be the ultimate low maintenance mom," a source said.
As Gwen has been through two previous pregnancies - with her sons, Kingston, seven, and Zuma, five - she is finding this one a lot easier and seems to be breezing through it. "Everybody is wondering how Gwen is doing it... When people bring up that she's pregnant, she tries to change the subject - she's definitely trying to do something different with this pregnancy," the source added.
Gwen Stefani is reportedly pregnant with her third child.
The 43-year-old singer and her husband Gavin Rossdale are said to expecting a sibling for their sons, Kingston, seven, and five-year-old Zuma. The couple are delighted with the happy news and Gwen has already started nesting in preparation for the tot.
"Gwen and Gavin couldn't be happier. She's just trying to focus on resting right now. She wants to make sure that all is well with the baby," a source said.
Gwen has previously admitted she wanted a third, and revealed she and Gavin, 47, tried for a baby in 2010: "I really, really, really wanted one. It didn't really work out. So I feel good with what we've got. Everything works out how it should. You can't plan everything, right? You can try."
Despite her incredible pop success, Gwen has also stated her greatest achievement in life has been having a family. "My biggest accomplishment is my marriage so far. Because it's hard, everyone knows it's hard. Marriage is something that I always wanted to do successfully. It was a dream of mine. I like the official-ness and the family-ness of it all, having the same name and making decisions together," she previously said.
Gwen Stefani "really, really" wanted a third child.
The No Doubt singer - who has sons Kingston, six and four-year-old Zuma with husband Gavin Rossdale - reveals she was desperate to expand her family in 2010, but "it didn't work out."
"I really, really, really wanted one about two years ago. It didn't really work out. So I feel good with what we've got. Everything works out how it should. You can't plan everything, right? You can try."
Despite her disappointment, Gwen is delighted with how well her children get along, despite constant fighting: "From the moment they wake up, they start beating on each other. I never knew they would be so physical. They're just starting to play real well together, but with a lot of fighting. They do look out for each other - especially the little one, he really loves his big brother."
Gwen Stefani wears make-up to make her husband Gavin Rossdale like her more.
The No Doubt singer - who is known for her trademark red lips and pale skin - has confessed that the main reason she wears such heavy make-up is to please her husband of ten years, rock musician Gavin. "I like to make my husband like me more, and he likes it when I'm wearing makeup," she told Harper's Bazaar.
Gwen added to the interviewer, "I already put my makeup on twice today: I put it on to take my kid to school, and then I went home, washed my face, and put it on again to have lunch with you."
The blonde bombshell also said you would need to "torture yourself" in order to achieve her rock solid abs and the 42-year-old claims her enviable figure is down to a strict exercise regime. "There is no secret: You just have to eat healthy, work out, and torture yourself!" she joked.
Gavin Rossdale has refused to speak to Pearl Lowe since she allowed their daughter Daisy to have a DNA test to establish he is her father.
The former Bush frontman and Pearl had a five-year relationship in the late 1980s while she was married to fertility specialist Bronner Handwerger, and in 2004 it was revealed Gavin, Daisy's godfather, was actually her real dad, a revelation he has not forgiven Pearl for making public.
Gavin Rossdale is "very proud" of Daisy Lowe's career.
The Bush singer - who was the model's godfather before he was revealed to be her biological dad when he took a paternity test in 2004 - is glad of how well Daisy has done in life and tries to see her as much as he can. The 46-year-old musician - who fathered Daisy after a brief relationship with singer/songwriter Pearl Lowe - told BANG Showbiz, "I see Daisy whenever I can. She's done so well, she's an amazing girl. I'm very proud of her career."
Gavin - who also has two sons, Kingston, five, and three-year-old Zuma with his wife Gwen Stefani -takes a "relaxed" approach to parenting, and he wasn't concerned when Daisy recently posed naked in an edition of racy men's magazine Playboy: "The Playboy pictures were nothing really to do with me, I'm just there to support her when she needs me and look out for her. She's an adult. I'm a pretty relaxed person, and that is reflected in my parenting style, too. I like my kids to express themselves and do what they want."
Gavin Rossdale will only have another baby if his wife Gwen Stefani wants one. The Bush frontman - who has two sons, Kingston, five, and three-year-old Zuma with the pop superstar - doesn't think it is his "right" to make a decision about whether or not to expand the family, so he leaves the choice up to the blonde beauty.
"Do I want more kids? You mean do I have any more plans to be an idiot? No, having more kids is down to Gwen. It's not really the male decision, it's just not right. I just say, 'Sure babe, whatever you want.' It's always the woman's decision," said Gavin, who is also the father of 22-year-old model Daisy Lowe.
The 46-year-old musician - who has been married to Gwen, 42, since September 2002 - also revealed he makes all his career decisions with his children at the front of his mind and has never been motivated by money: "Everything that I do is with my kids in mind. Every single action is about setting them up for life. But I've never been one to connect actions to money. Before I sold a record I just had this ridiculous pipe dream with no particular training, no particular skill but I found a way through. I've never done a gig based on money. Anyone who cares about money is not going to do rock music in the mid-90s."
Gavin Rossdale had an affair with male pop star Marilyn. The Bush singer, who is now married to Gwen Stefani, had a fling with the gender-bending singer in the 1980s, but didn’t admit to the relationship before because of the “glare” of the media.
“I think at the outset there was a sort of fear - that was right at the beginning of Bush, and I didn’t want it to be part of it. It felt like a cheap shot, so I was like, ‘I’m not getting involved.’ I’ve never wanted to appear closed about it. It’s not something I’ve talked about really because it’s always been in the glare of a tabloid world. It’s just one of those things - move on. When you’re 17, Jesus Christ, I don’t think there’s anything strange about any form of anything - you’re learning about life. It’s a part of growing up. That’s it. No more, no less.”
Asked if it was a one-time experimentation, he said, “Yeah. That was it. You have to know what you like, and I know what I like.”
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