Gwen Stefani Gives Glimpse Into 'Oklahoma Life' With Blake Shelton in Spring Farm Footage

AUSTIN, TEXAS - APRIL 02: Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani attend the 2023 CMT Music Awards at Moody Center on April 02, 2023 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Gwen Stefani is in her “Oklahoma” era with Blake Shelton.

The No Doubt leading lady gave fans a glimpse at her life away from the Hollywood spotlight with her beau—and it’s the perfect video to kickstart spring.

In the first clip, Stefani and Shelton, dressed in camo, are driving in his truck, before getting down to business: planting the seeds for their summer blooms.

Stefani shows off some of her favorites, in seed form, which include Nasturtium, Celosia and Yarrow.

In fact, Stefani ditched her usual fashionable 'fits for something that underscores her green thumb—a white tee, sun hat, and oversized sunnies.

The video continues showing off the couple’s garden, before giving fans a closer look at the purple irises—the inspiration for their latest collaboration together—in full bloom.

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Other footage included Shelton trimming what appears to be a Cherry Blossom (or possibly an Eastern Redwood), and holding a bouquet of yellow flowers for his lady.

It concludes with a beautiful look at the sunset, marking off a long day of working on the land.

“Oklahoma life with u 🥰,” the 54-year-old captioned the video.

Of course, the comment section was smitten with the star couple, as Kate Hudson chimed in writing, “You’s are too cute!!! 💜”

“You really found yourself with him!” one fan commented, referring to Stefani embracing the country life that’s far removed from her Hollywood lifestyle, as another echoed, “Farmer Gwen welcome to the country life! Love it. Once you dip your toe in you can never go back! You two are the best..”

Additional comments praised the duo with compliments like “LOVE your garden!!” and “Y’all’s love just makes me SO happy!!”

Stefani and Shelton treated fans to their new love song together, titled "Purple Irises," on Feb. 9, with the “Just a Girl” crooner sharing the story behind the title, revealing that it was inspired by purple iris flowers the couple found in Oklahoma that they transplanted into their own garden, only for them to blossom at their home.

Stefani and Shelton, who have been married since 2021, first performed the new song at a Super Bowl show on Feb. 11.

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