Welcome to Babble,
Sign Out

Get the Babble Newsletter!

Already have an account? .

Tanks a Lot! Gwen Stefani and Zuma Are a Perfect Match (Photos)

Gwen Stefani and son Zuma.

What a perfect pair!

Gwen Stefani and her son Zuma were dressed in a fun summer mother-and-son ensemble of white tank tops and rolled-up jeans yesterday as they took a stroll along Universal Citywalk with some friends.

Zuma and his pal cruised along in their double stroller, pointing out the sights. But somewhere along the line, things went sour and Zuma did what three-year-olds do best: crying.

Happily, his mood improved once the group stopped into Poquito Mas for a bite to eat.

Take a look at the mother-son twin team!

  • Setting out 1 of 6
    Setting out
    Gwen and her friends set off with the double stroller.
  • Do you see what I see? 2 of 6
    Do you see what I see?
    Zuma points out something fascinating to his friend.
  • Keeping it cool 3 of 6
    Keeping it cool
    Gwen is casual but put-together in her white tank top, jeans and white sneakers. Her bright tote makes a nice contrast.
  • Meltdown! 4 of 6
    Zuma makes his feelings known
  • All better 5 of 6
    All better
    Maybe he was just hungry. Zuma is in much better spirits as the group stops to eat.
  • Like mother, like son 6 of 6
    Like mother, like son
    Gwen and Zuma make a perfect match.


[Photos: via PacificCoastNews.com]

Read more of Shana’s writing at Momsperiments.

And don’t miss a post! Follow Shana on Twitter!

Don’t miss the latest from Famecrawler like our Facebook page!

More on Babble:

Hilary Duff and Luca Hit New York

“Teen Mom” Leah Calvert Starts Her New Life!

Happy Family! Alyson Hannigan and Alexis Denisof Go Out With Their Daughters

Michelle Duggar Believes in Hands-On Learning

SO Cute! New Twitpics From Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears, Teresa Giudice, Emily Maynard and More!

Tagged as: , , ,

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.