Gavin Rossdale Opens Up About Co-Parenting With His Ex-Wife Gewn Stefani

By Abbie Kraft, Parent Herald November 20, 03:50 am
Musician Gavin Rossdale attends Safe Kids Day presented by Nationwide, to raise awareness of preventable injuries, on April 26, 2015 in West Hollywood, California.
(Photo : Araya Diaz/Getty Images)

Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani flooded the headlines after both musicians announced their divorce. More than a year after the couple called it quits, Gavin Rossendale opened up about his co-parenting journey with the "No Doubt" singer, Gwen Stefani.

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale both share three sons, Kingston, who is 10, Apollo, 8 and the youngest, Zuma who is only 2. Though the couple ended their relationship for almost 13 years, Gavin Rossdale shared that he and Gwen are effectively co-parenting their boys.

During his interview with ET, Gavin Rossdale shared that he won't be spending the holidays with the kids, as this year is Gwen's turn. Gavin Rossdale also added that as a parent, he wants his children to get involved with charities.

"It's a fantastic charity. I'm looking forward to getting my children involved in some of the things they're doing over Christmas," Gavin Rossdale told ET during his interview. "Because, you know, for all of us who are lucky enough to have made these lives for ourselves, our children don't get the perspective that maybe we grew up with. So organizations like this, who do such great work for the inner cities, South Central L.A., my kids need to know about that stuff, so that's why I'm here."

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale may have called it quits, but the ex-couple makes it a point to effectively parent their child. Gwen and Gavin managed to work things out to provide a healthy environment for their children.

As of the latest reports on Gwen Stefani, it was mentioned that the "No Doubt" singer will be tying the knot with her current partner, Blake Shelton. It was reported that the duo will finally tie the knot by the end of this year. Co-parenting may be a challenge for both parents, but one of the most important reasons of co-parenting is providing the child a positive environment as they grow older.

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