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Gwen Stefani Takes Her Kids To The Central Park Zoo

Gwen Stefani

Talk about a fun afternoon! After killing it during a “Good Morning America” performance with her band No Doubt, celebrity mom Gwen Stefani took her two boys, Kingston and Zuma out for a fun day at the Central Park Zoo. And by looking at these pictures, there was no doubt (and no pun intended) that everyone had a fun time.

As always, Gwen looked super cool, calm and relaxed in a simple white tee and black pants along with a fedora hat as both she and her kids walked around the zoo after being treated with ice cream and lollipops.

Check out our photo gallery below and let us know what you think. Also, will you be checking out No Doubt’s latest album when it hits stores?

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  • Gwen Stefani and her Boys 1 of 6
    Gwen Stefani and her Boys
    Gwen Stefani takes her children Kingston and Zuma to play at the Children's Museum of Manhattan.
  • Fun! 2 of 6
    Fun!
    Later on, the family went to Central Park where the kids rode on a swing ride.
  • Different Looks 3 of 6
    Different Looks
    Kingston seems to be sporting a more mature look whilst Zuma wore a Spiderman costume.
  • With Mom 4 of 6
    With Mom
    Talk about a fun afternoon!
  • Zoo Time 5 of 6
    Zoo Time
    As always, Gwen looked super cool, calm and relaxed in a simple white tee and black pants along with a fedora hat as both she and her kids walked around the zoo after being treated with ice cream and lollipops.
  • No Doubt I Will! 6 of 6
    No Doubt I Will!
    Will you be checking out No Doubt's latest album when it hits stores?

Photos via PacificCoastNews.com

Check out more of what Joanna says at The Bambulino Project Blog

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