Evidence Suggests Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Secretly Got Married This Weekend

Time for some bright and early celebrity relationship theory on Monday morning: Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani could have got married this weekend. Emphasis on power. Here's what we know for sure: Gwen was definitely celebrating before the wedding on Saturday when she posted this cute little update:
Flash forward to Today and Page Six got their hands on some pictures of Blake and Gwen wandering around Santa Monica, California after returning from Blake's ranch in Oklahoma - where he apparently built an entire chapel that they wanted to use for their wedding ceremony. And on the Santa Monica stroll, Gwen was spotted wearing a huge sparkling diamond wedding ring right next to her engagement ring. Take a look at the pictures here.
As a reminder, Gwen and Blake got engaged after 5 years of dating in October 2020, and Blake asked the question at his aforementioned ranch in Oklahoma. They announced the news on Instagram (where else?) And showed the ring with a post titled "@blakeshelton yes please! ??? gx".
If this wedding actually ended on the weekend, hopefully the two of them will post pictures soon, because honestly I need something to get through the rest of Monday, thank you very much, bye.
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