So sweet! Gwen Stefani’s divorce from Gavin Rossdale was finally settled, and to celebrate, Blake Shelton plans on whisking her away ‘on a romantic getaway.
It’s time to celebrate! Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale finally settled their divorce, according to a new report, so Blake Shelton wants to take his ladylove on a romantic vacation to embrace the next new exciting chapter in her life.
“Blake is so happy for Gwen. He’s planning to whisk her away on a romantic getaway once her divorce is finalized. He has been there every step of the way helping and supporting Gwen and wants to celebrate her freedom and the next new exciting chapter in her life,” a source said.
Plus, now Blake can propose! “Blake could propose to Gwen very soon,” a source close to Blake previously revealed to Us Weekly. “Gwen is everything he wants.” They also reportedly have some lavish wedding plans already underway! An insider revealed to Life & Style that Gwen is planning a $2 million country wedding for later this year. So perhaps now that her divorce is finalized, they’ll get engaged and start planning an epic wedding.
Gavin agreed to take way less than he was entitled to in their split — most likely to try and keep things amicable after 13 years of marriage.
Rossdale COULD have fought for 50% of everything Gwen made during their union — but opted to let her keep various assets she acquired.
In addition to her music, Stefani also gets 100% control over her wildly successful fashion lines L.A.M.B. and Harajuku Lovers.
Stefani agreed to put 25% of the profits from L.A.M.B. in a trust … presumably for the benefit of their kids.
As for real estate, Gwen gave up her rights to any of their property in Europe — where the couple had 4 homes. She does get 50% of the profits from the sale of their Bev Hills house … and also full control over 2 other L.A. homes.
Neither of them gets child support or spousal support — instead, they created an expense account for the kids in which they each sunk $1 MILLION.
The also agreed to joint physical and legal custody of their 3 kids.