Gwen Stefani Talks Split Rumors & The Benefit Of 'Annoying' Paparazzi
Gwen Stefani chats with Access Hollywood in Los Angeles on January 30, 2012 -- Access Hollywood
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have been plagued with rumors predicting an impending split between the longtime pair, but Gwen says just because the photo on the cover of a tabloid shows the duo looking stormy doesn't mean there's trouble in paradise.
"It doesn't matter -- you could have a picture that has nothing to do with what's going on in a rumor and they make it look like it's part of the rumor," the No Doubt rocker told Access Hollywood correspondent Tim Vincent on the set of her new L'Oreal Paris Superior Preference hair color campaign commercial in Los Angeles on Monday.
The split rumors about Gwen, 42, and Gavin, 46, appear to be just that -- rumors.
Just this past weekend the rock couple took their two sons, Kingston, 5, and Zuma, 3, fishing in Los Angeles and the parents shared a kiss caught on camera by paparazzi.
"Aw. That's so cute," Gwen said, when Tim showed her the heartwarming family photo. "Can I have that?"
"That's the kind of picture you should have over your wall at home," Tim said.
"That makes me so happy to look at that," Gwen agreed.
While the singer/designer treasures family outings, she admitted fishing will not become a Stefani-Rossdale family pastime anytime soon.
"[Going fishing] was actually traumatizing," she told Tim. "I don't think we'll be doing it again."
"[Traumatizing] for the fish?" Tim asked.
"For everyone! It was just -- I'd rather go to the grocery store. Sorry," she said. "Both me and my husband were like, 'What are we doing here right now?'"
Though having her family's every move documented by pesky paparazzi can be trying, Gwen admitted the unwanted attention does come with a perk.
"What's nice is even though they're annoying, these guys that follow us around, it's really nice having all these family photos!" she said, laughing.
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