Gwen Stefani has always been open when it comes to allowing her sons to express their individuality. In fact, Kingston, 9, and 7-year-old Zuma have been seen rocking colorful nail polish while out on the town with their rock star mom.
In a new interview, Stefani, 46, explained how she'd react if Kingston, Zuma or Apollo, now 2, were to come out as gay.
"I would be blessed with a gay son," Stefani told PrideSource. "You know that I would feel blessed about that. I just want my boys to be happy and healthy, and I just ask God to guide me every day to be a good mother because it is not an easy job."
The singer, who is currently promoting her new album, "This Is What the Truth Feels Like," said she's conferred with her gay friends on how to be "the most supportive mom" she can be for her kids.
"I always ask my gay friends, 'OK, so what was it like when you were a little boy?' Because I do know that it's gotta be difficult to be the alternative, to not be the mainstream, or to be different, if you want to call it that," she said.
Stefani is never too far from her own gaggle of gay men, naming her hairdresser and her makeup artist as two of her closest pals. In fact, she said she found them to be a critical support system during her recent divorce from Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale.
"What I love about them is how unique they are and how spirited they are and how talented they are," she said. "They're not representing all gay men, but they represent the ones in my life who've had a huge impact on me. I turned to them this whole time period, during my whole tragedy, and they have been really, really super supportive and loyal and made me look pretty when I didn't feel pretty."
Head here to read the full PrideSource interview with Gwen Stefani.