Gwen Stefani‘s kids have set a bar high for Santa Claus this year.
The cocktail luminary — who has partnered with Hallmark this holiday deteriorate — spoke with PEOPLE for this week’s emanate about her elaborating Christmas traditions with beloved Blake Shelton, and what her sons are wishing for underneath a tree.
“The oldest one has only started to get into fondness brands and meaningful what that is,” Stefani pronounced of Kingston James McGregor, 11. “I remember that age — like, fifth class — and for us, it was Polo and Chemin de Fer jeans and engineer jeans and IZOD.”
“My oldest wants Gucci and Goyard for Christmas. I’m like, ‘Dude, how do we even know these things?!’ ” adds The Voice coach, 48, joking, “I’m going to keep observant Gucci and hopefully Gucci is going to send him something, right?”
“The younger [kids] are, a easier they are,” admits Stefani, who also shares sons Apollo Bowie Flynn, 3½, and Zuma Nesta Rock, 9, with ex Gavin Rossdale. “I can remember … looking by a pages of a catalog going, ‘I wish this baby doll,’ though when we get her and I’m 10 or 11 years old, it’s not a same. She’s not giving me what we wish [laughs], and we feel like that’s what it’s like with my kids.”
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Kingston, Stefani shares, is aged adequate to know that his mom’s position means she gets giveaway goodies from time to time — something he competence be means to precedence come Christmas time.
“He knows that we get sent stuff. They’re so spoiled! we don’t know what I’m going to do,” a “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” thespian — whose new special of a same name front Tuesday on NBC — tells PEOPLE of her oldest.
“It’s going to be a tough year … we are during ages 9 and 11, and a baby, 3,” Stefani says, explaining of Apollo, “The small one is easy since all he cares about is Imaginext toys — substantially in 3 weeks from now, he won’t caring anymore!”
The No Doubt frontwoman admits it hasn’t been a easiest routine as her family holiday traditions have taken a figure they’re in today, though that she and her boys are enjoying a approach all has come together.
“For me, it’s uncanny when traditions change. But it’s also fun to be flexible,” she says. “So we have incorporated an Oklahoma Christmas in, and Christmas now has been unequivocally fun for a boys and for my family.”
“Last year, [the boys] had their dad’s Christmas and afterwards my Christmas, and afterwards we went to Oklahoma, so they got to do 3 Christmases,” Stefani adds. “We only keep it going. They’re always asking, ‘Are we going to get some-more presents?!’ ”
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Another plea for a mom of 3 is relaying to a boys how Santa picks a approach he delivers their gifts — though she seems to have found a well-spoken explanation.
“We have a tradition in my family that Santa [delivers to] a residence where we would arise adult in a morning, and a entrance gymnasium where Santa would leave presents would be sealed off with jacket paper so we can’t see in,” Stefani recalls.
“And afterwards [the kids] say, ‘1, 2, 3,’ and afterwards they pile-up through,” she continues. “That happened my whole life … we consider we have to e-mail Santa and he’ll do it during your house.”
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