Holiday news can be both joyous and heartbreaking, and Gwen Stefani has been experiencing a range of emotions as a result.
The vocalist of No Doubt posted a picture of Vivienne Westwood on Instagram as a way to convey her sorrow after learning of the fashion icon’s loss.
It hurts my heart to learn of the passing of the legendary Vivienne Westwood, who had a tremendous impact not just on the fashion business but also on popular culture, Gwen wrote beside a photo of herself with the well-known fashion designer.
“I’ll always remember how it felt to put on my very first piece of designer clothing, which turned out to be a Vivienne Westwood piece. I will always consider Vivienne one of my all-time favorite fashion designers since you were in a class by yourself.
Vivienne passed away on December 29th, she was 81 years old. Her loved ones and supporters are mourning.
Her two sons, Derek Westwood and Joseph Corré, as well as her husband, Andreas Kronthaler, are still alive. Joseph Corré, her youngest child, has carried on his mother’s legacy by founding the lingerie company Agent Provocateur. Designer Derek Westwood creates clothing.
Amidst speculations that she and Blake are expecting a child together, Gwen teased her audience with the promise of happy news just a short time before the tragic news was revealed.
Fans believed the celebrity was set to reveal that she is pregnant after she expressed joy about something she “had to hold in for so long.”
In the caption of an Instagram video, she said, “I can’t believe I was able to hold this in for so long.” I find it amazing that I was able to suppress this for so long.
She was about to announce something else, but despite their excitement, her fans believed the news that is shown in the video up top was not what she was going to reveal.
Despite the fact that Gwen and Blake are not parents, Blake has made no secret of his enthusiasm for the stepfather role he plays in the lives of his stepsons Apollo, Zuma, and Kingston.
“If I were to quit my job right now, the only thing that could go wrong is that I would grow to regret not taking advantage of possibilities to engage in experiences that are more meaningful in life, he told the PEOPLE.
“Those are our children at the moment. I no longer have anything to do with this, and I never will.