Monday, 31 December 2007

Gwen and Gavins new year eve

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale squeeze in some alone time together before year’s end in London while a nanny takes 19-month-old son Kingston for a stroll.The uber cute couple lunched together at an old English pub. Gavin, 42, enjoyed a pint of beer while Gwen, 38, stuck to drinking water.Gwen’s “Miehana Low” sneakers by her own fashion line L.A.M.B. and jeans by G-Star. Hot kicks!20+ pictures at justjared of Gwen & Gavin’s New Year’s Eve…

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale’s son, Kingston, 19 months, stays wrapped up while doing a winter walk with a nanny in London on Monday (New Year’s Eve).WHAT. A. CUTIE.check out more news and pics at justjared Looks like Gwen and Gavin will be spending some alone time for New Year’s
Thursday, 27 December 2007

The Rossdales in London-Clad in color, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale lit up London during an outing Dec. 27.

After a festive holiday celebration at his father’s home, Gavin Rossdale takes his ultra fashionable wife Gwen Stefani on a walking sight-seeing tour in the uber hip SoHo district of London on Thursday.Rocking her trademark turquoise shades and matching scarf (love it!), the American import and her British beau appeared in great spirits as they strolled the streets between pop-ins at various boutiques and craft stores.

Thursday, 13 December 2007

Gavin Rossdale and wife Gwen Stefani out for dinner in LA last night,

Tuesday, 11 December 2007


of Gavin's "greatest triumph!" at celebritybabylon
Gavin Rossdale was interviewed by Brooke Mueller for the show EXTRA, and he told her that 18-month old son Kingston was his "greatest triumph."Gavin, 42, says with his son, he "finally got something right." Mom Gwen Stefani, 38, did something right too, as Kingston (who has been on tour with her) has a new skill, "He loves to play the drums," says his proud pop
Monday, 10 December 2007

Gavin Rossdale Gives a Tennis Lesson to Brooke Mueller

Gavin Rossdale Extra Interview

Gavin Rossdale Gives a Tennis Lesson

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Gavin Rossdale has had his share of success, both in his career and in his marriage to Gwen Stefani. But their son, Kingston, is his "greatest triumph."

"This is Kingston," Gavin told "Extra" at the Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic as the toddler crawled onto his lap. "Finally, I got something right.”

Gavin, who sold millions of records with the band Bush, is now preparing for a solo career, much like Gwen.

“I just finished a record that comes out next year," said Gavin. "It’s a solo record.”

With such talented parents, it's no wonder that little Kingston, 1, has an ear for music.

“He was on tour with Gwen, he’d come and watch the show with me with the headphones on," Gavin said. "He’s big on drums."

But how does their toddler handle the constant media attention that surrounds two famous parents?

“We made a conscious decision [to have a child]. We would have a baby and the baby joins our life. We don’t stop for his," Gavin explained. "If we were going to be followed by paparazzi, it doesn’t mean we would leave him home…we don’t take life too seriously.”
Saturday, 8 December 2007

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale at the big fight

World Welterweight Championship - Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Ricky Hatton
LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 08: Actress/singer Gwen Stefani looks on before the fight between Ricky Hatton of England and Floyd Mayweather Jr. prior to their WBC world welterweight championship fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 8, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

check out the nodoubtwebgallery for some nice pics taken on the night

Gavin Rossdale joins the Jensens for the inaugural Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic


Seles, Capriati, Duchovny, Rossdale among tennis, entertainment stars supporting new charity event

Pacific Palisades – Former French Open doubles champions Luke and Murphy Jensen will host the inaugural Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic, Dec. 8, at The Riviera Tennis Club. Nine-time Grand Slam winner Monica Seles, three-time Grand Slam champion and Olympic gold medalist Jennifer Capriati, actor David Duchovny and musician Gavin Rossdale are among the tennis and entertainment stars scheduled to join the Jensens for the event.

Expected to join Seles, Capriati, Duchovny, Rossdale and the Jensens are former UCLA star Justin Gimelstob, former WTA Tour player Carling Bassett-Seguso and Robert Seguso, actors Scott Foley, Donna Mills and Eric Braeden, as well as other stars from sports, television, music and film. The fun-filled day of tennis and an “Evening with the Stars” gala will raise money for a number of Jensen designated youth-oriented charities, including Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy for Down Syndrome, the National Down Syndrome Society and The Riviera Foundation.

The Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic gets underway with a tennis pro-am from 9-11:30 a.m. on Dec. 8, followed by a kids’ clinic from 12-1:30 p.m. A pro-celebrity tennis exhibition will be played from 1:30-4:30 p.m. The activities climax with the “Evening with the Stars” gala from 7-11 p.m. at The Riviera Country Club. The gala will feature top entertainment and a live auction.

“I am honored to be asked to co-host the Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic, “said Luke Jensen. “It is going to be a special day and night that will benefit three great causes and we are especially excited to have Monica join us for the event.”

“I’m still a tennis player, but I also have been studying very hard to become an actor, so the fact that I can be a part of an event that will bring tennis players and celebrities together in L.A. is just way too cool,” Murphy Jensen said.

“I am excited to have the opportunity to participate in the Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic along with Luke and Murphy,” said Seles, who was ranked No. 1 in the world in 1991-92.

“At Bank of the West, we have a strong commitment to the communities we serve and especially endorse activities that bring people together to support worthy charitable causes,” said Rick Davis, Southern California Division executive. “We are pleased to sponsor this event to benefit children’s charities.”

About Bank of the West: Founded in 1874, $58.4 billion-asset Bank of the West ( offers a full range of business, corporate, personal, trust and international banking services and currently operates more than 700 branch locations and commercial banking offices in 19 Western and Midwestern states.

The Jensen Brothers designated youth organizations, including the Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy for Down Syndrome, will help meet the sport specific needs of children and young adults with Down Syndrome and other special needs. In addition to meeting sport specific needs, the other designated organizations will use multiple avenues in assisting special needs and disadvantaged children.

C & H Events, Inc., which owns and will operate the Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic, is a full-service event management and marketing company based in Boca Raton, Fla. Please visit for further details about C & H Events.

“It is very exciting for C & H Events to head west and bring to Southern California the exciting Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic,” C & H Events President Michele Cope said. “We are looking forward to working with Luke and Murphy Jensen as hosts of this charity event, and to forge a strong alliance with our title sponsor Bank of the West and our site host The Riviera Country Club. We’re hoping our hard work will result in some very worthwhile charities receiving generous checks to help children in need.”

For more information on the Bank of the West Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic, phone C & H Events at 888-85-YOUTH. For tickets to the exhibition, phone 877-888-6433.
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