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USA Today — Gwen Stefani doesn’t really like to talk about style, she just likes “to do it.”

In a behind-the-scenes video for her new InStyle cover shoot, the singer/designer says she likes to “get dressed up every day and go out.”

Is there any time she doesn’t wear lipstick? “No, I wear it all the time. I wear pink, I wear gloss, I wear everything, but my husband prefers when I wear red, so I want him to like me still!”

IOL — Gwen Stefani thinks she is “running out of time” to have another child.

The 40-year-old singer – who has sons Kingston, three, and 18-month-old Zuma with husband Gavin Rossdale – has mixed feelings about expanding her family but knows she needs to make a decision soon.

She said: “No one could have prepared me for how awesome motherhood is, and how hard. I often feel like I’m running out of time. But I don’t want to spread myself so thin that I can’t be good for them. Poor Zuma, he’d be the middle guy.

“I’m not focusing on it right now, but it’s not up to me anyway, you know? These things are miracles, so we’ll see.”

Despite their young age, the No Doubt star is amazed by how different her two children are already.

She added to America’s InStyle magazine: “It’s crazy how the second child is so different from the first, and has the same parents. They are totally different, and they look totally different.

“Zuma is more of a show-off. He wants everyone to watch him, and he’s a goofball and he’s really silly. He’s a funny guy.”

DNA India — Singer-fashion designer Gwen Stefani has revealed that she took up designing so that she would have something creative to do after she quits making music.

Stefani, 40, who has found success with her label L.A.M.B. since its launch in 2003, said her need for a back-up plan, once her music career ended, led her to take up designing.

“I made so many clothes growing up, and I used to do my own costumes, all I would do was just daydream about what I was going to make,” the Daily Express quoted her as telling InStyle magazine.

“I wanted so badly to have a back-up plan for when I’m not performing anymore. Let’s be realistic. It’s not going to be like this forever. So I wanted to continue having something creative to do,” she added.

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