Blake Shelton Attends Christmas Eve Mass With Gwen Stefani and Her Sons [Watch]
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani took her sons to church on Christmas Eve, and their fans online can't get enough of a fan-shot video taken outside afterward.
A mega-fan named Nicole runs a fan website called Shefani Archive that's dedicated to all things Blake and Gwen, and she posted the video above to social media on Dec. 26, writing, "Leaving church after mass on Christmas Eve."
The clip depicts Shelton and Stefani on the steps outside of a church in Los Angeles, all dressed up with her sons Zuma, Apollo and Kingston, who look adorable in their suits. The smiling couple and the kids stop briefly and pose for a family photo for one fan, then make their way over to a black SUV, where Stefani is heard telling her sons, "Santa is coming tonight!" as they enter the car.
The clip caused a stir on both Instagram and Twitter, with fans alternately commenting on how much they loved the couple together, speculating on their relationship status and lamenting that they can't even attend church without being filmed.
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Shelton spent Christmas with his girlfriend and her sons, and she shared a sweet Christmas morning video to Instagram on Dec. 25 showing her boys running down the hall and tearing through a wall made of Christmas wrapping paper to get into the room holding their Christmas gifts.
One of the gifts apparently reminded Stefani's youngest boy, Apollo, of the time they spend with Shelton in Oklahoma. It's a kid-sized Realtree camo-print John Deere Gator, and after Stefani's oldest, Kingston, shouts, "Oh my gosh, Apollo, look! This is your car!" all that Apollo can come up with is an excited cry of "Oklahoma!" while Shelton stands off to one side, watching the Christmas excitement.
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