Gwen Stefani and her ex-husband waited to have their first child, Kingston James McGregor Rossdale, born in 2006 (via POPSUGAR). Kingston, who will be 16 in May 2022 is considered an artiste just like his parents, and has begun to write and perform his own songs. He also belongs to a boy band called Wild Card and he aspires to be a rock star just like his daddy, per Distractify.
The singer made a tradition out of giving her kids two middle names when she named her second son Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale. Born in August 2008, Zuma is leaning toward his mom’s creative business acumen but not on the music front. In 2019, he inspired his mom to make a teen eye wear line called Zuma Rock (via People). Speaking on how humbling collaborating with her own son felt, Stefani told Parents.com that: “When they come out on their own, they’re not yours. They’re given to you to help guide ’em.”
And the “Rich Girl” singer seems to be doing that guiding so well with her older sons, as well as the last born, Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale, who was born in 2014, after earnest prayers by Stefani’s eldest son. “I swear to you, he prayed every single night,” Stefani said during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
It didn’t take long for those prayers to be answered. “Four weeks later, I was pregnant,” she added.