Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton had some fun family time on Wednesday and also managed to take in a piece of rock history! The cute couple was spotted at Disneyland with Stefani’s three kids in tow, holding hands and wrapping their arms around one another.
They all rode the Alice in Wonderland ride and the Matterhorn, with Shelton even carrying Stefani’s youngest son, Apollo, as they walked around the park.
The “Hollaback Girl” singer also posed with Donald Duck, who was wearing a festive pumpkin costume.
After the family outing, the group piled in their car and headed over to a historic home that had a lot of meaning for Stefani.
“Ok, this is the weirdest thing,” Stefani told her Snapchat followers as she panned the camera from her country crooner boyfriend to the house. “We went to Disneyland today and then we went to see the Beacon Street House and now we’re here. Look, that’s it!”
The famous Beacon Street House used to be home to several members of Stefani’s ska band No Doubt. After the group’s first album flopped in 1992, the band couldn’t get record labels to bite, so they wrote, recorded, and produced their second album, The Beacon Street Collection, in 1993 from inside that house. The success of the independently produced album prompted the record labels to take notice again, and they recorded their hit record Tragic Kingdom two years later, which went on to sell millions.
Not far from the famous home was Stefani’s childhood house, which she took her kids and beau to visit.
“We are actually doing a tour of Anaheim right now, and we’re at my house that I grew up at,” Stefani narrated on Snapchat.
Shelton joked, “It’s incredible,” as his lady love laughed.