GWEN Stefani and boyfriend Blake Shelton refused to acknowledge her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale’s presence while attending her son Kingston’s football game.
The longtime couple completely ignored the 53-year-old Bush lead singer, sitting as far away from him as possible.
Gwen, 50, and Gavin finalized their divorce in 2016, after 14 years of marriage, when the pop singer learned of her husband’s alleged affair with their nanny.
The two — who share sons Kingston, 13, Zuma, 11, and Apollo, 5 — are still not on good terms, which is likely why they made sure to avoid each other at the game.
She sat with Blake, 43, and two of her sons in the top corner of the bleachers, while Gavin stood by himself down at the bottom of the steps.
The happy couple and the kids acted as if they didn't know her ex-husband, with Zuma sitting next to Blake and Apollo sitting on his lap while they all cheered on Kingston.
When the game ended, Gwen and Blake even looked away when Gavin came over to hug his children goodbye.
The Sweet Escape singer has been dating fellow Voice coach Blake since 2015, which is the same year he ended his four-year marriage to Miranda Lambert.
The two announced their relationship in September of that year, only a few months after Gwen learned of her former husband’s supposed cheating.
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Four years later and still, “Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani have challenges getting along,” a source told Hollywood Life.
They added: “They do their best to get along for the sake of the kids, but they only communicate when they need to for the kids.
“They have trouble even being in the same room together.”
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