Blake Shelton And Gwen Stefani Reportedly Hunting For A New Home And A Wedding Location
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are looking for a more permanent love nest. The couple is reportedly hunting for a new house that will also serve their dream wedding destination. And they are willing to drop millions of dollars to make it happen.
"Blake and Gwen want to finally purchase a new house they could own jointly and set up permanent roots," an insider explained.
Shelton and Stefani's dream house includes a large, beautiful garden where they can tie the knot with all of their loved ones watching. The insider revealed that the couple is looking to purchase an estate in Hidden Hills.
The community is close enough to the city for Stefani but still has a country feel, which is perfect for Shelton. Their budget is around the $10 million mark, which could put them close to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's home in the exclusion Southern California community.
The insider told Radar Online that Shelton and Stefani are acting like a couple of teenagers in their quest to find a dream home. Onlookers have caught them kissing while looking at houses, and they are already planning all the things they can do with their own place. At the top of their list is buying matching horses so they can go on romantic rides in the country.
Shelton and Stefani have not said anything about buying a home together. They also have avoided the wedding rumors and have not revealed when they plan on exchanging vows.
While the pair keeps their plans under wraps, Shelton recently opened up about this year's Sexiest Man Alive award. The country crooner took home the title last year and revealed his true feelings about the new winner during an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show .
"I feel like sexy ends when I’m not Sexiest Man Alive anymore," Shelton shared.
Shelton received a lot of flak after winning the award last year.
Despite the backlash, Blake Shelton did credit Gwen Stefani for helping him take home the honors. But after enduring trolls on social media, the Voice coach hopes things go better for whoever wins the title this year.