The newlyweds — who tied the knot on July 3 — were joined during the family outing by Stefani’s estranged ex Gavin Rossdale, although a source spilled the former flames kept their distance from each.
The No Doubt singer and the Bush frontman share three kids together: Kingston, 15, Zuma, 13, and Apollo, 7.
In photos obtained by Daily Mail, the 52-year-old blonde bombshell sported two gold chains that spelled out “Stefani” and “Shelton.” She also donned a vintage grey graphic tee paired with dark blue denim and white sneaks.
The “God’s Country” crooner kept it casual in a gray tee and his signature baseball cap. Spies dished Shelton kept his eye on the game as he cheered on his stepson.
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Rossdale was snapped playing the role of doting dad and carrying a backpack with his son’s baseball bat tucked into the side. He rocked a white Stars Wars t-shirt with the words “Yo Soy Tu Padre” on it, which translates to “I am your father.”
The pointed message could be a dig at Shelton after OK! learned Rossdale hasn’t fully come to terms with the country singer taking over the role as dad to his three kids.
The 55-year-old guitarist recently sparked concern after sharing a series of posts that seemed to hint at his possible health woes. It all began on Sunday, October 3 — weeks after his band, Bush, canceled their tour due to "Covid-related circumstances" — when Rossdale begged the world for more time. Alongside a throwback black-and-white photo of himself smizing at the camera, he wrote: "Dear time — can I have some more please. Happy weekend out there," with a black heart emoji.
Shelton and Stefani’s family outing comes after OK! reported the duo are gearing up to spend a lot of personal time together as they are set to embark on a joint tour.
Shelton — who surprised the audience at his August 25 concert by bringing his new bride onstage to sing their hit duets “Nobody But You” and “Happy Anywhere” — “was actually floating a trial balloon,” a source squealed to OK!, noting the lovebirds are hoping to follow in the footsteps of power couples Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood and Faith Hill and Tim McGraw.
“These duos have made millions hitting the road together, and Shelton and Stefani believe the formula can work for them too,” the insider added.