The 44 year-old singer was partying on Saturday night, with a few familiar faces, celebrating the impending birth of her third child
Gwen Stefani's baby shower was attended by her fellow celebrity friends.
The party, which took place on Saturday night (Feb 8th), for her third child included names on the guest-list such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba and Nicole Richie.
The pregnant 'No Doubt' singer, along with the partygoers, played baby shower themed games as well as feasting at the Hotel Bel Air in Los Angeles.
An insider told Us Weekly, "People cheered as soon as she walked in."
The source also told the mag, "guests were greeted with glasses of red or white wine," the private room which was hired out had light blues and bouquets of white hydrangeas spread all over, a banner that read, "sweet."
Another eye witness told E!News that Stefani looked "radiant" all night and that "as she walked over the bridge and joined her friends she had a big smile on her face and was giving everyone hugs."
Adding, "There was a big welcome cheer for her and she seemed very grateful for all of the love."
The 44 year-old definitely has good friends as the gifts kept piling in while guests were arriving.
Jessica Alba brought Stefani a "huge diaper cake made up of Honest skull diapers" as well as a "dinosaur storage bin full of toys, books and clothes."
The source also told the gossip site, "Other guests brought baby clothes from Chanel and Bonpoint. There were tons of gifts that were all wheeled out on a luggage cart and put in Gwen's car."
Gwen shared photos of the festivities on her own Instagram page, one was of blue iced doughnuts with an array of other nibbles at the side. The caption read, "baby shower!!! #can't believe im pregs thanku Shelli Azoff for a beautiful #girlyday =blessed."
Gwen and husband Gavin Rossdale are adding to their brood, with the two musicians announcing the impending birth of their third child on the singer's account on the photo sharing site.
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