Video: Gwen Stefani For Vogue
Gwen Stefani appeared in January Vogue in the guise of a rock diva, which, in fact, is. The legendary Annie Leibovitz, and for clothes - the Saint Laurent brand.
The singer spoke about what family and motherhood are for her. “I recorded my first solo album and went on tour when I found out I was pregnant. It was torture: at some moments I wanted to give birth, because of the costumes it became bad. I tortured myself for up to four and a half months, and then I went home and calmly waited for Kingston to be born. When he was 8 months old, I went back on tour. My son was with me until I was 14 months old, so I literally did my hair and makeup, get back on the bus, feed him, lull him and run to the stage. I did 100 shows like that."
At the same time, Gwen never wants to scold motherhood or complain about it - although, of course, she considers this mission difficult. “Being a mom is great, but it's not what you imagine. Motherhood is growing. At first, your life doesn't change in any way. The kids are with you, they are always there, you are terribly proud of them. then they grow and your life changes. Thoughts begin: my God, they will go to school, then to college, they will have a graduation, they need to learn to read! Everything is getting so serious, and you have emotions - "AAAAAA!"
Gwen, we know, deals with emotions. She writes solo albums, runs a fashion business, and recently returned to No Doubt. “I think we have always been together. Nothing really ended - and now everything is the same. Yes, I did some solo stuff, but I felt like I was pretending to be someone, like I was some version of Alice in Wonderland. But now that I'm in No Doubt, I'm real."