Gwen Stefani’s sons nearly tower over her in 2023 family Christmas card with Blake Shelton

Gwen Stefani’s eldest sons are all grown up.

The “Hollaback Girl” songstress’s sons Kingston James, 17, Zuma Nesta, 15, nearly towered over her as they posed in their 2023 family Christmas card.

A snap of the holiday photo posted on Stefani’s tan artist Isabel Alysa’s Instagram Story Wednesday, showed the teenagers looking dapper as they sported matching suits alongside their brother Apollo Bowie, 9, and stepdad, Blake Shelton.

As for the pop star, she also dressed to the nines donning a cream plunging gown with ruffles.

They appeared in good spirits as they beamed ear-to-ear and held each other close.

Their adorable family dog even joined in on the fun as he laid at their feet.

The singer’s 2023 Christmas card shows her two eldest sons, Kingston James, 17, and Zuma Nesta, 15, nearly towering over her. Instagram/isabelalysa

Stefani, 54, shares her three sons with her ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale, whom she was married to from 2002 to 2016.

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The card also included her 9-year-old son, Apollo Bowie, and husband, Blake Shelton. Getty Images
The family appeared to be laughing in the photo, with the men dressed in black suits and Stefani in a cream gown. WireImage

The Bush frontman, 58, recently got candid about his parenting styles, revealing he chooses not to co-parent with the former No Doubt member.

“I think you can go one of two ways,” he explained on an episode of the “Not So Hollywood” podcast in June.

“You can either do everything together and really co-parent and see how that goes, or you can just parent. And I think we just parent.”

Rossdale added he and Stefani are “really different” people with “opposing views.”

Stefani shares her boys with her ex-husband, musician Gavin Rossdale. WireImage
The pair split in 2016, and the former “Voice” judge married Shelton in 2021. Getty Images

But despite their differences, the British musician doesn’t view their clashing parenting styles negatively.

He instead sees it as giving their kids “an incredible perspective to then choose which pieces of those two lives they’d like to inherit and move on with.”

“What’s important is to give them a wide view of things. I think it’d be really helpful for them to make their own minds as individuals,” Rossdale continued.

Shortly after splitting from the guitarist, Stefani moved on with Shelton, 47, who was also going through a divorce with his then-wife, Miranda Lambert.