The Voice stars — who began dating after meeting on the NBC competition series in 2015 — exchanged vows over the holiday weekend on Saturday, July 3.
Though the former No Doubt frontwoman, 51, has clearly moved on from her first marriage, the same can’t be said for Rossdale, who looked solemn ahead of his ex’s wedding.
On June 28, the tennis enthusiast hit the court a day before Stefani and the 45-year-old filed for a marriage license miles away in Johnston County, Okla.
The 55-year-old sported a pensive expression during a leisurely stroll with his pooch Chewy at a local park in Los Angeles the day before Stefani said "I Do."
Meanwhile, Rossdale has been staying active on social media, too. One day after Stefani became a Mrs., the rocker shared a drool-worthy photo of a plate of langoustine with chilli on his cooking account @eatwithgavinrossdale.
On Wednesday, July 7, Rossdale also took to his Instagram Story to root for England in the Euro 2020.
Rossdale and Stefani — who met in 1995 when No Doubt opened for Rossdale’s rock band — were married for 13 years before the two decided to call it quits amid rumors of infidelity. The former couple share Kingston, 15, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, 7.
Speaking of their boys, a day after the "Rich Girl" singer married Shelton, Rossdale posted a pointed family photo with the former couple’s sons. “Happy 4th we going this way 🖤,” he captioned a beach shot featuring the four walking along the shoreline.
As OK! previously reported, sources said Rossdale is itching for a sit-down with Shelton to establish boundaries now that the country crooner is Kingston, Zuma and Apollo’s new step-dad. “Gavin wants to lay down some ground rules,” spilled an insider. “He’s gotten ticked off at Blake in the past for seemingly overstepping his bounds, and is ready to make it clear he has final authority with the boys.”