Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale Enjoy Family Outing With Sons Kingston and Zuma: Pictures

Celebrity News Mar. 25, 2013 AT 6:30PM
Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani take their boys Kingston and Zuma to the park in Sherman Oaks, California on March 24, 2013. Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani take their boys Kingston and Zuma to the park in Sherman Oaks, California on March 24, 2013. Credit: Buba/Splash News

So that's what rockstar couples do in their down time! Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale looked relaxed and happy as they strolled through a park in L.A.'s Sherman Oaks neighborhood on Sunday, March 24 while their two sons took turns swinging at a baseball.

The No Doubt singer, 43, and the Bush frontman, 47, both wore loose-fitting white T-shirts and sneakers for the family outing, with Stefani accessorizing her look with a baseball cap, giant aviator glasses and her signature bright red lipstick.

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Zuma, 4, and Kingston, 6, opted for more colorful gear. The couple's older son went green with a Boston Celtics jersey, while little towheaded Zuma proudly wore an L.A. Lakers jersey.

The two boys took turns trying to hit a baseball around, and Stefani and Rossdale (who held hands at times) watched happily from behind the batting cage.

Kingston and Zuma play baseball at the park in Sherman Oaks, California on March 24, 2013.
Kingston and Zuma play baseball at the park in Sherman Oaks, California on March 24, 2013.
Credit: Buba/Splash News

Stefani spoke to New York magazine last August, and admitted that becoming a mother has made her reassess a lot of things in her very busy life.

"I don't think [parenthood has] mellowed us out, but priorities have to change," she said at the time. "Before, it was unspoken that the band was the No.1 thing; there was not a girlfriend or someone else that could be before the band. It wasn't even something we discussed, it just was what it was."

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"But we're at a stage where we don't have to be like that anymore; we can kind of do this when we want to do it," she continued, referring to her band members, who all have children of their own. "We were just burned out; we had toured so, so much, and it takes so much of yourself. I got married and decided I wanted to do a dance record, and I didn't ever expect for it to be what it was or for the No Doubt thing to be such a long break, but it was one of those things where you just had to sort of follow your inspiration."

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