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Gwen and Gavin’s pre-divorce trip

Published 05/08/2015

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale reportedly went on a last ditch holiday with their children to try and salvage their marriage.

The No Doubt frontwoman and her musician husband announced their plans to divorce on Monday after more than 20 years together and 12 years of marriage. The couple have three sons together and ahead of their decision to end their marriage, they reportedly took one final trip together.

“[Gwen] needed to go to Montana for some very important business. We [did] not know that the business she was referring to was that she was going there to end her marriage to Gavin," a source who works alongside Gwen on the US edition of The Voice told Radar Online.

The 45-year-old singer cited “irreconcilable differences” in her divorce papers. While rumours have already started circulating that Gavin was unfaithful, the show insider claims Gwen gave a different reason for the marriage breakdown.

"Gwen has not said anything about Gavin cheating on her, but she did say during rehearsals that they simply fell out of love with each other and that the marriage became more of a business relationship than anything else,” they added. "She also said that they have been going through some difficult times for years now, but that they stuck it out for the sake of their kids.”

The couple have sons Kingston, nine, Zuma, six and Apollo, 17 months. Gwen posted a series of pictures from her time in Montana on her Instagram page, one featuring her youngest child.

“Wow #Montana u r so beautiful #favoritevacaever #neverwanttogohome (sic)” she wrote alongside the black and white snap which showed her in profile while Apollo looked directly at the camera.

The family were photographed arriving back from the trip looking particularly downcast.

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