Gwen Stefani

Pop singer Gwen Stefani's and hubby Galvin Rossdale's home was a target for a attempted burglary at the couple’s London home. The door to the couple’s $6.4 million mansion in Primrose Hill was smashed open on Saturday night at around 11.30pm local time, according to Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper. Local police were alerted on Sunday after a passer-by noticed the damaged entrance. The robbers broke into and stole jewelry from the couple’s tenant on the ground floor apartment. The brazen thieves were unable to break into the upstairs home shared by Stefani, Rossdale and their two children - Kingston, three, and Zuma, one. Police sources say the burglars were thwarted because the couple’s home is very secure. The No Doubt singer was playing a concert in Singapore with Beyonce and the Black Eyed Peas when the incident occurred.
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