Gwen Stefani's children, Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 2, will soon be spending a lot more time with their father, Gavin Rossdale.
As Stefani prepares to embark on a tour with rapper Eve, Rossdale will be taking the primary role as parent, as a report revealed at the time of the finalization of their divorce.
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"The couple agreed to a 50/50 joint custody arrangement, although Gavin will end up with more than 50% custody of their 3 kids because of Gwen's touring schedule," TMZ reported of the couple's custody agreement.
Stefani and Rossdale announced the end of their marriage in Aug. 2015 and months later, Us Weekly shared a report in which a source claimed Rossdale had cheated on Stefani with their former nanny, Mindy Mann.
Since their split, Stefani has been involved in a highly-publicized romance with her Voice co-star, Blake Shelton, and the pair is often seen spending time with her sons.
“Blake is amazing with the kids. He’s such a big kid himself and loves doing all the same things as they do,” an insider told Hollywood Life in March. “One of his favorite things to do with them is go on hikes — they love Malibu Creek. They get out there in the mud, hunting for frogs or playing hide-and-seek. Blake loves any excuse to get outside and get dirty, so he’s a big hit with Gwen’s kids."
According to the report, Rossdale wasn't thrilled with Shelton getting so close to his children.
"It drives Gavin nuts that his kids have bonded with Blake. He hates that they’re spending so much time with him. He doesn’t have any say in it…and it’s killing him,” the source explained.
Because Stefani makes so much more than Rossdale, he was expected to file for, and recieve, spousal support, but for whatever reason, he chose to waive his right to his now-ex-wife's earnings.
For more on Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's divorce settlement, check out the video below.