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Zuma Eats With A $4,000 Silver Spoon

By Josh Loposer |


Of course, Gwen and Gavin’s kids are pretty much set for life as far as money is concerned, but that’s not what this post is about. Gwen’s prankster bandmates literally bought 9-month-old Zuma a diamond-encrusted silver spoon as a gag. Kind of a pricey gag, IMO, but I guess they can afford it.

“Gwen loves it. She would never buy it herself, but that is what makes it so special,” said a source of the specially-made sterling silver baby spoon was created by exclusive jewelers Chrome Hearts.

When it comes to parenting, Gwen seems like a pretty normal mom. Not at all the kind to shell out $4k for a highfalutin baby food shovel… but you can’t always control your goofy bandmates. Gwen also doesn’t seem like someone who’d let such a fancy present go to waste.

As sill as a $4k silver spoon seems, it really pales in comparison to the $15k necklaces (plural), that Brad Pitt bought Shiloh for her 3rd birthday.

You can’t change the family you’re born into (many of us have tried)… them’s the breaks. But, once you’re of age, at least you can choose which silverware you eat with. Or, like Suri Cruise, you can demand chopsticks.


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Josh Loposer

Josh Loposer is a professional writer based in Austin, TX and has previously contributed to the Entertainment and Celebrity channels on Babble.

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