GWEN Stefani and Blake Shelton tied the knot over Fourth of July weekend and are already reportedly “talking about having a baby together.”
The No Doubt singer, 51, shares three sons with her ex Gavin Rossdale, but she apparently wants to have a daughter with her new husband.
The pop superstar and country singer had their dream wedding, officiated by Carson Daly, earlier this month at their Oklahoma ranch, and are now looking ahead at the next step in their lives together.
The new married couple “are talking about having a baby and exploring that,” a source told .
The insider continued: “It’s no secret that wants a daughter; she’s spoken very publicly about it and having a baby is something that she and Blake have discussed.”
Though “considers himself a father to her children” – Kingston, 15, Zuma, 12, and Apollo, seven – he “would really love a biological child of his own.”
Another source shared that Gwen “absolutely loves” her sons and being a boy mom but “thinks it would be incredible” to have a daughter, as well.
“There are a few different ways they can go about this, but the discussion is definitely on the table,” the insider added, noting that the singer knows her 51-year-old age is a “factor”in the situation.
The source continued: “She’d really like a girl and always has. She feels like it would complete her family.
“Their friends would not at all be surprised to see it happen and they are exploring all ways to do this. They’re wasting no time waiting.”
Blake and Gwen struck up a romance while working on The Voice in 2015 and announced their engagement last October.
They got married over July 4 weekend, with Gwen wearing a Vera Wang ballgown to say "I do" and Voice host the ceremony.
According to , Carson said of officiated the nuptials: “It was incredible to be part of such an important moment in their lives.
"The best way to describe it is it was perfectly them — the whole weekend and the marriage itself. It was as elegant and refined and cool as Gwen is, and it was as country and down-home and fun as Blake is.”
He went on: “They're an unlikely pair. They're like if you pair delicious fried chicken with a glass of champagne. On paper and on the menu it doesn't seem to work, but it works. It's comfort food with class. And everybody roots for that.”