Gwen Stefani and her new fiancé Blake Shelton have reportedly finalised plans on where and when they'll tie the knot.
Country singer Blake, 44, proposed to the former No Doubt singer, 51, in October, but the pair wasted no time sorting out their nuptials arrangements.
It seems as though the pair are set to say "I Do" in an intimate chapel built especially for the occasion on their private ranch in Oklahoma.
A source told Us Weekly : "Blake built a chapel on the grounds of his Oklahoma ranch. He did it himself with help."
Despite taking construction matters into his own hands, the source claims Gwen had a major "input" on the project.
“It’s really a tribute to their love," the insider adds. "They are going to get married in the chapel, most likely early next year.”
Mirror Online has contacted Gwen and Blake's reps for comment.
It was last month reported that despite being a couple of Hollywood A-listers, Gwen and Blake are actually far from the LA persona when it comes to their wedding day.
"Neither wants a big wedding," an insider told People.
This might be because it's not Gwen's first time walking down the aisle, and it's not Blake's first time tying the knot, either.
Gwen divorced Bush rocker Gavin Rossdale in 2016 after 13 years of marriage.
The pair share three boys Kingston, 14, Zuma, 12, and six-year-old Apollo, who Blake actually asked for permission before proposing to Gwen.
And before meeting Gwen, Blake and country star Miranda Lambert divorced in 2015, after tying the knot in 2011.
He was previously married to Kaynette Williams from 2003 until 2006.
But after first meeting in 2015 when they both starred on TV show The Voice as coaches, it was instant sparks for Gwen and Blake.
They grew close after bonding over their recent heartbreak and respective divorces.
And it seems as though Gwen's boys have welcomed Blake into their family with open arms after he asked for their permission to marry their mum.
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