Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani started dating as far back as 2015. The couple met as judges on “The Voice” and hit it off incredibly well. They had just gotten out of their marriages with their previous partners at that time.
They initially denied dating claims, but their affection for each other was too apparent to ignore. The couple finally became official in November 2015. After dating for years, they got hitched in 2021 in a quiet ceremony on Shelton’s ranch.
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While the couple is known for keeping their relationship mostly private, they’ve shared intimate moments of themselves together. Shelton recently posted a video on Instagram captioned “Couple Goals.” The video showed the couple in cozy positions and looking very much in love.
Shelton Said He And Stefani Were ‘Couple Goals’
On Monday, Shelton took to Instagram to post a loving montage to his wife. The post included several videos of the couple together, including their famous duet, “Nobody But You.” The country music star captioned the post, “Shefani. #CoupleGoals @gwenstefani – Team BS.” Stefani reposted the video on her story and captioned it with several pink heart emojis.
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The two met on the “The Voice” set and started going out shortly afterward. They dated for five years before eventually tying the knot in an intimate wedding in Oklahoma in 2021. The wedding was officiated by Carson Daly.
While the couple is quite private about their personal lives, they’ve been anything but shy about their love for each other since they met. They were spotted at the LA NASCAR event over the weekend with Stefani’s youngest, Apollo. The singer had three sons in her previous marriage with Gavin Rossdale.
Shelton Wrote A Song To Say His Vows
On their wedding day, Shelton revealed that he wrote a song he wanted to use for his vows. The song was called “We Can Reach The Stars.” The country superstar spoke about how much he loved the song and how proud he was of it.
Shelton said, “I’m really proud of ‘We Can Reach The Stars,’ and I’m really honored to be with her. That’s why we got married in the first place. That’s why we wear rings… because we want everyone to know. I’m thrilled to share this song with the world.”
According to an insider, the couple loved the married life. Via People, the source revealed, “Gwen and Blake are doing well. They act like newlyweds. They have the best chemistry.”
Shelton Released ‘We Can Reach The Stars’ For Months Ather The Wedding
The country singer released the song to the public four months after he married Stefani. Before releasing it, Shelton posted a picture the couple took on their wedding day. The picture showed the couple together, Stefani in her flowing white dress and Shelton in his tux.
He captioned it, “Gwen and I decided we were going to write our own vows for the wedding, but I decided to surprise her by writing a song instead.” The singer then added, “#WeCanReachTheStars. Midnight. Pre-order #BodyLanguage (Deluxe) now.”
Daly, who officiated their wedding, reacted to the post by jokingly saying he forced Shelton to write the song. He wrote, “You didn’t decide to! I forced you to. Thank Jesus too, yielded the best wedding moment & a hit song! You should buy me a tracker w the royalties cowboy.”
Shelton And Stefani Celebrated Christmas With A Timpano Pasta Dome
The couple celebrated their first Christmas together last year and decided to give fans a peek into their lives. They tried to remake their Italian timpano pasta dome dish after failing the previous year. The dish is basically baking several layers of meatballs, pasta, marinara sauce and sausage cheeses in a crust.
Stefani said, “We are cooking — we got some Italian timpano dome going on here. I will show you if it actually works out this year!” The 52-year-old then proceeded to tell fans everything that was done until that moment.
This included layering the pasta bake and flipping the whole thing. The couple then started preparing to dice the entire thing. Shelton jokingly said before the deed, “The fifth annual cutting of the timpano pasta dome— Lord, hear our prayer!”