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Gavin 'lost without Gwen'

Published 18/09/2015

Gwen Stefani
Gwen Stefani

It's rumoured Gwen Stefani has no desire to try and reconcile her marriage to Gavin Rossdale.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Gavin Rossdale is reportedly "so lost" without Gwen Stefani.

The No Doubt singer's marriage to the Bush guitarist came to an end last month, after almost 13 years together. While it's unsure why they called things quits, it's thought Gavin is desperate for them to reconcile, especially in the wake of reports that Gwen has grown close to her fellow The Voice mentor Blake Shelton.

“Ever since news came out that Gwen is moving on and starting to date other people, Gavin has been obsessively sending her gifts, including tons of very expensive flowers, to try and win back her heart,” a source told RadarOnline.

“Gavin has been spending a ton of money trying to get her back, but it is not going to work. He is so lost without her.”

The former couple are parents to sons Kingston, nine, Zuma, seven, and 18-month-old Apollo, and Gavin is also the father of model Daisy Lowe, 26, after a brief relationship with her mother Pearl.

There have been rumours the rockstar was unfaithful during his marriage to Gwen, which could be why she's reportedly unwilling to give things another go.

“Gwen is not being reciprocal in the attempts to get back together with Gavin and it is very one-sided," the insider adds to the outlet.

“She says that ‘he should really stop wasting his time already’ because they are not getting back together."

They add that Gwen has agreed to meet him halfway when it comes to the welfare of their kids, but that's as far as she'll go with maintaining any form of relationship with him.

It's thought the blonde beauty and Blake have bonded over their respective breakups, with the country singer splitting from wife Miranda Lambert in July.

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