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Gwen's Baby Shopping Spree

01/31/2006 at 05:29 AM ET

Gwen6nv_1 Pregnant Gwen Stefani, 36, has been spotted out shopping in London, spending up a storm for her soon to be born, son or daughter. The singer, who is due in June spent several hours shopping with her husband, Gavin Rossdale, at the posh London store, Elias & Grace. A bystander noted that Gwen, "took pretty much the whole range in various ages…but gave nothing away when it came to the baby’s sex because she got everything in neutral colours." The pop star, also picked up a variety of maternity wear. What did this shopping trip cost Ms. Stefani? More that 13,000 pounds.

Gwen is also launching a maternity range for her own collection, L.A.M.B.

Gwen seems to be thrilled about the prospect of becoming a mother, with another source saying "Gwen talks and sings to her bump all the time…She’s determined to make the perfect family unit. That’s all she’s thinking about right now."

Source: Sky Showbiz News   


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wow! cute. I think she’s really excited and has waited so long.

I think it’s going to be a boy but in a way I’d love to see a girl with her sort of style!

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