Gwen Stefani is now celebrating the anniversary of Blake Shelton's proposal. So, take a look back at the time when she, allegedly, walked out on her now-husband for not popping the question on her birthday last year.
In Touch claimed that Stefani suddenly left Shelton because she had yet to ask for her hand for marriage. A so-called source claimed they were having issues at the time and it had something to do with the proposal.
The now-52-year-old vocalist thought he would finally pop the question after five years of dating, but he failed to do so. From here, things, reportedly, started to get tensed.
The insider added that the country singer had no intention to marry his girlfriend after two failed marriages. He was first married to Kaynette Williams from 2003 to 2006 and Miranda Lambert from 2011 to 2015.
So, when Stefani realized her then-boyfriend would not propose to her on her birthday last year, a fight ensued and she "stomped out of the house and checked into a hotel," deeply hurt. However, the tipster concluded its story with a happy note, saying the couple reconciled after Shelton tried his best to win her back.
Suggest slams down this report, revealing there are several holes in it. Shelton and Stefani's marriage also effortlessly debunks this story.
There is no way that the No Doubt's former frontwoman will leave the "God's Country" hitmaker just like that. There is also no truth that she got hurt when he did not propose to her back then.
In fact, one year after this story was made, the "Don't Speak" singer is now looking back at the sweetest moment of her life when Shelton asked her to marry him, per People. She is celebrating the day they got engaged by posting never-before-seen snaps and videos from the engagement.
They could be seen sitting together in one snap while the 45-year-old TV personality was holding his lady love, covering her face with her hands. In the next picture, she was already showing the engagement ring.
To celebrate the event, the pair danced together to Kool and the Gang's "Celebration." "Look, we just got engaged!" she said as Shelton gave her a sweet kiss on the cheek.
Shelton and Stefani started dating in November 2015 after she joined "The Voice" as one of the coaches. They, then, announced their engagement in October 2020 and officially tied the knot in July 2021 at his Oklahoma ranch.