Blake Shelton And Gwen Stefani Are Not Married — Yet!

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani haven’t tied the knot after all.

Despite early reports of a secret March wedding, the two Voice stars are not married, at least not yet.

According to Extra TV, Shelton and Stefani are still in the dating phase of their relationship. Although they aren’t even engaged, Shelton’s relationship with Stefani is stronger than ever. If things continue, then a real wedding might not be too far in the future.

Shelton and Stefani piled on the PDA during the country star’s 40th birthday this past week. According to People, the couple documented the birthday festivities on social media.

Things started when Stefani joined Shelton onstage at one of his concerts in Colorado. The pair sang “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” before kissing in front of fans.

“I don’t know how I’m going to follow that,” Shelton stated after the duet.

Later, Stefani shared a few photos from Shelton’s birthday party on Snapchat. The images included shots of Shelton wearing his special birthday glasses, a set of wine glasses, and a guitar cake.

Then, on Monday, the two singers traveled to Oklahoma to spend more time together.

After making sure Shelton’s crops were good to go, the pair headed to Lake Texoma for a day on the water.

They wrapped up the evening under the stars with a romantic look at the strawberry moon.

“Hi strawberry moon #honeymoon #rosemoon gx #Oklahoma 2016,” Stefani wrote on Twitter.

Of course, the mention of the honeymoon caused some fans to speculate that Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani had gotten married and were on their honeymoon.

“Congrats to you and Blake on your marriage!” on user replied on Twitter. “Your happiness brings joy to so many!”

For those that don’t know, the strawberry moon refers to the full moon in June, which marks the beginning of strawberry season.

The confusion about the moon only added to speculation that a secret wedding had taken place back in March.

In fact, the wedding reports even sparked rumors that Miranda Lambert was upset when she initially heard the news.

According to Hollywood Take, Lambert was unhappy with Shelton’s wedding and reacted in “shock.” Although she didn’t approve of the marriage, sources revealed that Lambert “took the high road and wished them well.”

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Luckily, a rep told Gossip Cop that Lambert did not react in shock and has moved on since her divorce with Shelton. Furthermore, the outlet confirmed that Shelton and Stefani are not married.

Shelton divorced Lambert a month before Stefani separated from Gavin Rossdale. Stefani had three children during her marriage with Rossdale.

At the same time, Stefani opened up about the possibility of marriage during a chat on The Tommy Show. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Stefani revealed that a wedding is not on the immediate horizon.

“Let’s just take it one day at a time,” Stefani stated in the interview. “Everything’s crazy right now so no, absolutely not.”

Both singers are keeping very busy this summer. Along with working on their relationship, the pair is gearing up for separate summer tours to promote their newest albums.

With so much going on in their lives, there is little chance that Shelton and Stefani will exchange vows this summer.

That being said, there is a strong possibility that marriage is in their future.

“[Shelton and Stefani] talk openly about their future together,” an insider revealed. “[They] say things like, ‘When we get married’… all the time.”

By the looks of things, it is only a matter of time before Shelton and Stefani decide to tie the knot. The biggest question remaining is when they will walk down the aisle together.

Tell us! When do you think Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani will tie the knot before the end of the year? Let us know in the comments below.

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