“They are very happy to be settled at last in their family home,” a source exclusively tells Us. “Gwen wanted to be moved in for the start of the school year, even though the kids are doing school at home because of COVID-19.”
The California abode, which the pair bought together in October 2019, is “very warm and inviting with a lot of space for the boys to tumble around and get dirty,” the source adds.
The “Hollaback Girl” singer, 50, and “God’s Country” crooner, 44, both have room to be themselves within the walls of their new joint pad.
“Gwen has a glam closet any woman would love to have,” the insider explains. “And Blake’s closet isn’t so shabby either.”
The couple, who have been dating since 2015, are excited for their next chapter and to live under one roof.
“They are truly happy as a family and it’s the new beginning Gwen needed,” the source adds.
The pair’s new mansion will also be home to Stefani’s three sons, Kingston, 14, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, 6, who he she shares with ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale. All three boys have formed bonds with the country singer since he met their mother as a coach on The Voice.
“Those boys look up to Blake in a big way,” a source told Us in August. “He’s earned their respect as a father figure. He’s gone from being their friend to being a serious parental influence.”
The move came after the lovebirds and Stefani’s boys spent months quarantining in Shelton’s home state of Oklahoma amid the coronavirus pandemic.
While spending so much time together at home during the quarantine, the artists have made music together and revamped their future wedding plans.
Multiple sources exclusively told Us in July about the couple’s revised timeline, noting that “it won’t be the end of the world if they have to move things back till the fall” amid the coronavirus health concerns.
When the pair does walk down the aisle, they will do it twice with ceremonies in Los Angeles and Oklahoma.
“Oklahoma gives the couple more privacy and the possibilities are endless for a wedding reception people will talk about for years,” a source said at the time.
A month prior, an insider told Us that COVID-19 has turned the TV coaches “world upside down” and prompted them to want to get hitched sooner rather than later.
“Gwen knows she is blessed and wants to have the wedding as soon as social distancing guidelines are lifted,” the source said in June.
Us broke the news in March 2019 that the former No Doubt singer had begun “the formal process” to have her previous marriage annulled by the Catholic church, but has since decided stop waiting on the annulment because it “could take years” for the church tribunal to rule on the case.
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