The Voice's power-couple, who have been dating for nearly five years, applied for a marriage license on Tuesday, June 29 at the Johnston County Court in Oklahoma, according to court records obtained by Radar.
Per state law, the engaged duo will have 10 days from the date they obtained the license to get hitched. Sources tell the outlet the couple are planning to get married over the weekend at the country star's ranch in the area.
As OK! previously reported, many eagle-eyed fans were convinced that the No Doubt front woman and "God's Country" singer had already married after Stefani was spotted with a new ring on THAT finger last month, but an insider spilled that the happy couple were still engaged and waiting out the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic before a wedding.
“Ever since they got engaged, they have both been adamant that no wedding will happen until it’s safe for family and friends to attend. Gwen expressed early on that she really wanted a summer wedding," the source spilled. "She was upset earlier this year when it seemed to be no end in sight for the pandemic. She slowly started planning the wedding this spring though."
"They are both ecstatic that it can finally happen. They are getting married this summer. Gwen’s boys will be very involved," the source told PEOPLE. "Blake is a great extra dad and very close with the boys."
The two lovebirds, who met when they were both judges on the hit NBC singing competition show, officially announced their engagement on October 27, 2020.
In February, the "Just A Girl" singer was "finally" granted an annulment from her ex-husband. "It was a huge relief for Gwen because she wanted to get married by her priest and have the marriage recognized by the Catholic church," source explained, as the lack of an annulment makes the possibility of getting married in a church difficult.
After Rossdale and Stefani split in 2015, the "Cool" songstress began "the formal process" of annulling the marriage in 2019 because "religion has always been extremely important to her."