Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale Welcome New Baby Boy

Apollo Bowie Fynn Rossdale is the third son for rock star couple

Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani
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March 2, 2014 4:00 PM ET

Gwen Stefani gave birth to a baby boy on Friday, Us Weekly reports. The new member of the family, named Apollo Bowie Fynn Rossdale, is Stefani's third son with husband Gavin Rossdale.

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Apollo joins his older brothers, Kingston James McGregor and Zuma Nesta Rock, in the distinctive celebrity baby name club. Rossdale offered a little background information on the new baby's name when he tweeted a birth announcement on Saturday. "Bowie and Flynn =  [our] mothers' maiden names," he wrote.

The No Doubt singer first met the Bush frontman when they shared bill at a KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas show in 1995, and they tied the knot in 2002. The couple welcomed their first child, Kingston, four years later. Stefani announced over Instagram that the new baby was a boy in January, writing "I was ready to hand over the crown. But I guess I am still queen of the house. #itsaboy #surroundedbyboys."

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