After marrying Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani makes sad announcement

The holiday season brings both happy and sad news, and Gwen Stefani’s feelings have been all over the place as a result.

After learning of Vivienne Westwood’s passing, the No Doubt singer expressed her sorrow on Instagram by posting a photo of the fashion icon.

Gwen posted a picture of herself with the famed fashion designer along with the caption: “It breaks my heart to learn of the demise of the legendary Vivienne Westwood, who had a profound influence not just on the fashion industry but also on popular culture.

“I’ll never forget the feeling of putting on my very first item of designer apparel, which turned out to be a Vivienne Westwood piece. Vivienne, you were in a class all by yourself; you will be one of my all-time favorite fashion designers forever.”
The death of Vivienne occurred on December 29th, and she was 81 years old. Her family and followers are in grief.

She is survived by her husband, Andreas Kronthaler, as well as her two sons, Derek Westwood and Joseph Corré. Her youngest son, Joseph Corré, has followed in his mother’s footsteps and is the founder of the lingerie business Agent Provocateur. Derek Westwood is a fashion designer.

The unfortunate news comes not long after Gwen titillated her audience with the promise of joyful news amidst rumors that she and Blake are expecting a child together.

Fans were under the impression that the celebrity was about to announce that she is expecting a child after she expressed excitement about something she has “had to hold in for so long.”

She stated in the title of an Instagram video, “I can’t believe I was able to hold this in for so long.” “I can’t believe I was able to hold this in for so long.”

However, her admirers were under the impression that the news that is presented in the video that is located above wasn’t what she was going to announce, despite the fact that they were excited.

Even though Gwen and Blake do not share any children together, the country music artist has made no secret of his enthusiasm for the role of stepfather in the lives of his stepsons Apollo, Zuma, and Kingston.

He said to the PEOPLE: “If I were to give up my job right now, the only thing that could go wrong is that I would come to regret the fact that I’m passing up opportunities to experience things that are more significant in life.

“For the time being, those are our children. This has nothing to do with me any longer, and it never will again.”