Musician Gavin Rossdale says he is trying to move on from his ex-wife Gwen Stefani but is still committed to co-parenting their three children. The Bush frontman says he doesn't think he will ever get over his divorce from the "What You Waiting For' singer but the pair are committed to co-parenting their children - Kingston, 10, Zuma, eight, and Apollo, three, reported Contactmusic. "I don't think you ever get over it. You just move on, and that's what I've tried to do.
Divorce is a very painful thing to go through. But we both remain committed to being amicable co-parents, and that's very important to me," he says. And the 51-year-old singer says his music was very "depressing" following his split from Stefani but thinks he has found a good balance now. "After I got divorced last year the songs I began writing were quite maudlin and depressing and the record company told me they were just too sad. "Well, I suppose I was sad, after being with Gwen for almost 20 years. So I had to try and find a balance, which I think I have.
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