The couple, who started dating after their respective 2015 divorces, pays no attention to the rumors as they 'truly enjoy each other's company' and are 'stronger than ever.'
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's romance is not in trouble, according to a report from HollywoodLife.com. The couple is reportedly "happy, together, in love" despite numerous reports suggesting that they have called it quits.
"Things couldn't be better between Gwen & Blake," a source tells the webloid. "They are happy, together, in love and pay no attention to the regular rumors that circle about their relationship being over." The coaches of "The Voice" reportedly have come through the rough patches together and still rely on each other. "They truly enjoy each other's company, they are great together and stronger than ever," the source adds.
Life & Style previously reported that Gwen dumped the country music star after having a big brawl over kids issues. "Gwen has already made the decision that it's over; she's dumped Blake," contended the publication. "Unsure they can ever come to an agreement over big issues like kids and where to live, Gwen decided to pull the plug on her relationship with Blake."
A so-called source told the mag that the pair had been "on the fast track to marriage and babies, but all talk of getting married or having a baby has stopped." The two reportedly lived in "two completely different lifestyles," and now it's "humiliating for Gwen to admit the relationship is done." The source further alleged that the No Doubt frontwoman thought there's no way to save their relationship. "She says Blake didn't do anything wrong," the insider added. "The love just faded."