Gwen Stefani has, allegedly, picked out her surrogate.
According to Us Weekly, 2022 will be a big year for Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. After all, the couple is expected to have two massive weddings. And they will also welcome their first child early next year.
“They did a ton of research and settled on the surrogacy option together. They’ve heard so many good things about surrogacy from other people who have done it. And they feel it’s a magical thing that just blows both of their minds,” the source said.
Gwen Stefani tried to conceive naturally
According to the source, Stefani has been through a lot medically to try and get pregnant with her and Shelton’s baby. But after several heartbreaks and disappointments, she decided that hiring a surrogate is the best way to go.
“Blake and Gwen know that they’re lucky to be able to embrace this miracle of modern science and still have their own child. Blake has always wanted his own biological child – it’s something he’s talked about long before he got famous. He’s a highly emotional guy at the best of times, but when he realized he was finally going to have a baby, he cried tears of joy,” the source said.
Gwen Stefani looking forward to having another baby
Gwen Stefani doesn’t, allegedly, have any qualms about having a baby in her 50s. After all, the No Doubt singer has tons of energy. The mom of three is also, allegedly, confident that she could handle the sleepless nights.
The insider also claimed that the couple’s weddings will take place in Oklahoma and at their home in Encino.
“Ever since Blake and Gwen got serious, it’s been his mission to become man and wife and start a family of his own with her. The fact that both of those things are finally happening is a dream come true for Blake,” the source said.
Blake Shelton, Gwen’s wedding guests
The couple will also, allegedly, invite tons of guests to their wedding and reception. And this is one of the reasons why they decided to postpone their nuptials for now.
But as exciting as Gwen Stefani and Shelton’s alleged plans may seem like, there’s no proof that the tabloid’s claims are accurate.
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