We’ve known for some time that Kingston James McGregor, the eldest son of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, is a little fierce fashionista … but did you also know that his a wicked ladies’ man as well? ‘Tis true. Kingston, while chillin’ at the park yesterday with his father, managed to successfully put the moves on a young girl who seemed very smitten with the lad. Of course, Kingston needed a bit of coaching from his dad but … in the end, Kingston got the girl’s phone number. That’s pretty slick for a 5 year old kid.
Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdales eldest son Kingston has always appeared to be a confident little boy. And yesterday the four-year-old showed he had inherited his parents’ charm as he sat chatting with a girl he met in the park. The youngster even appeared to swap phone numbers with her while on a boys day out at the park with his father, Bush front man Rossdale. At first, a nervous-looking Kingston needed some encouragement from his father who reassured him before he sat for a while and chatted with the young lady. Initially the fashion forward tot, wearing jeans and a white vest, tried to hide behind his father who grinned and helped his son by talking to the girl himself. Eventually Kingston built up the confidence to sit down on the wall next to her and begin talking. In an adorable and touching moment in the young boy’s life, the little girl and Kingston then appeared to swap phone numbers on their matching iPhones. After spending some time being pushed on the swings the father and son duo then headed back to their car to head home. ‘That was a big moment…It was like watching him tie his shoes for the first time,’ Gavin was over heard saying as he walked to the car.
LOL! Let’s forget for a moment that it’s really odd for a 5 year old kid to have a cellphone and just marvel at how cute this is. You can just tell that Kingston pretty dope for a little kid. He deffo has a style all his own and deffo has a lot of personality. I’m guessing that he will grow up to be quite the little star one day. After all, he’s already got his first groupie/fan … can superstardom be far behind?