Gwen Stefani, 51, admits she's 'obsessed with how she's ageing' as singer says getting older can be 'daunting'

GWEN Stefani has admitted that she is "obsessed with how she is ageing" in a new candid interview.

The No Doubt star, 51, has said growing older in the public eye "can be daunting", even more so for famous women than men.

Gwen told Australia's Stellar magazine: "It’s really hard for everyone to age and have to face life.

"Especially for females and people who have been in the spotlight it can be daunting, but you tackle it by just trying to be the most beautiful version of yourself inside and out."

Gwen added: “People talking about my ageing is a compliment, I guess. I’m kind of obsessed with how I’m ageing, too."

As the lead singer of No Doubt, Gwen found fame in the 90s.

She was 26 when the band's smash hit album Tragic Kingdom was released and she went on to also enjoy a successful solo career in the noughties.

Gwen is now a mom to three children, who she had during her marriage to ex-husband Gavin Rossdale.

The couple tied the knot in 2002 but split 14 years later, with Gwen citing "irreconcilable differences" in the divorce papers.

Happily, Gwen has found love again, having sparked up a romance with country singer Blake Shelton in 2015.

Last October, the couple – who met on The Voice – got engaged after Blake proposed with a diamond ring worth a staggering $500,000.

After spending much of the coronavirus pandemic together on 44-year-old Blake's Oklahoma ranch, it is believed they want to get married there this year.

Gwen has previously credited Blake for helping to maintain her youthful appearance.

During an appearance on James Corden's Carpool Karaoke, she said: "What happened was, my life blew up. After that, I kind of started falling in love.

"Then I wrote a whole record [This Is What The Truth Feels Like] about that. That's what the facelift is, I think."

Gwen is also thought to exercise four times a week, but these days she is more into "spiritual" workouts than high intensity ones.

"I used to do a lot of fitness and physical exercise, which I still think is really important, but spiritual exercise is the one thing that really got me to where I'm at," she previously told Elle magazine.

Earlier this month, Gwen showed off her youthful appearance in a rhinestone cowboy outfit to promote her latest single Slow Clap.

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