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Blake Shelton goes hiking with Gwen Stefani’s son Apollo, family spends spring break at OK ranch

22 March 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Gwen Stefani reportedly celebrated the success of her new album with Blake Shelton and her son Apollo Rossdale as they went hiking.

According to reports, the songstress, who recently released her new album called “This Is What the Truth Feels Like,” documented the hike with Shelton and her son on her Snapchat account. In the video, Shelton and Rossdale were seen walking through the forest and picking up branches. The video also showed the two walking along the shoreline.

Stefani also reportedly enjoyed a glass of red wine while they were out hiking. In one part of the video, Stefani trailed behind her boyfriend and son as she recorded the two having some time alone. In another video, Shelton was following Apollo making him lead the group as they hiked.

According to other reports, Stefani and her boys, Apollo, Kingston, and Zuma , are spending their spring break near the ranch of Shelton in Oklahoma. Stefani and Shelton have been separated for a few weeks due to him hosting the Kids’ Choice Awards of Nickelodeon while she was out having a promo tour for her new album.

Also, just recently, Stefani and her three sons attended the wedding of her close friend Zelva . Zuma was seen walking down the aisle with the bride while Kingston served as the ring bearer.

More on the latest album of Stefani, it is projected to be number one on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart. Shelton has been very supportive of Shelton as he tweeted the number of copies of the albums that he bought. He tweeted alongside the photo: "I may have gone overboard…" Stefani then replied, "OMG!!!! #Muse Gx ."