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Gwen Stefani Gives Birth to a Third Boy: Is She Bummed It's Not a Girl?

Gwen StefaniCould you imagine what would happen if Gwen Stefani had a baby girl? That lucky little lass would probably be the best-dressed, hippest, most in-style baby on the block, nay, the country! But a baby girl did not arrive on Friday, February 28; instead Gwen Stefani and her husband Gavin Rossdale welcomed their third son!

The couple are parents to sons Kingston, 7, and Zuma, 5, and boy was Gwen Stefani ready to give birth. After debuting her new shoe line for Shoe Dazzle, stylist to the stars Rachel Zoe tweeted out her congratulations. Gwen tweeted back, “Thanks @RachelZoe can’t believe GX is out! Now maybe all this excitement will will trigger someone else to come out!!! #laborplease.” Her wish came true and just two days later she got that baby out.

And yup, it was another boy. When she found out that it wasn’t going to be a daughter she tweeted out the photo to the left saying, “I was ready to hand over the crown. But I guess I am still queen of the house. #itsaboy #surroundedbyboys.”

I’m sure Gwen Stefani will totally adore boy number three as much as Kingston and Zuma, but I’m sure there was a wee bit of disappointment that she wouldn’t have a little girl to dress up. She is not just an über-successful pop star but her fashion lines are huge — from L.A.M.B. to her Harajuku Lovers Mini line for Target. But hey, she can always go for number four, in hopes that she’ll have a girl like Victoria Beckham did after having three boys in a row!

As for the name, they picked Apollo Bowie Flynn! As for the Bowie and Flynn, Gavin Rossdale tweeted that they are their mothers’ maiden names. How cute!

 

Photo Source: Gwen Stefani Instagram

 

 

 

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