Gavin Rossdale got candid like never before (except for maybe the time that he was boning the nanny; he was probably pretty candid with her, then) in an interview with The Sunday Times, revealing that he’s had enough.
To be fair, we’ve had enough, too, and we’re sure Gwen has, as well, but Rossdale doesn’t really get that pass when it comes to discussing the marriage that he effectively ruined.
He told the mag, “It’s, like, enough already. I’ve got to move on.”
“Everyone has got to move on,” he said pointedly. “For me, it’s just thinking about the boys and how to prioritize them,” he added. “That’s the driving force behind everything.”
“You just have to…I don’t know,” he trailed off. “Somehow you have to put one foot after the other and make it happen.”
“I have an incredible life with [my children] and that’s what matters,” he revealed. “You can’t keep up with all the vitriol. Just don’t get into all that.”
Easy to say when you’re the one who caused the marriage to crumble, but we digress.
Gavin surely put one…something in front of something else when he stepped out on Gwen.
And now that he’s talking about putting his children as a “priority,” we have to wonder what the hell he was doing before the divorce (besides the nanny. Definitely the Gwen-hated nanny).
Bizarrely enough, Gwen’s sole focus throughout the entire divorce ordeal appeared to be her children, and protecting them from the media and the fallout of the split.
Gwen was super closed-off when it came to revealing the more intimate details of her separation from their father, yet Gavin’s just now trying to figure out how to prioritize them?
Here’s a pro-tip, Rossdale – you don’t prioritize your children.
They should be at the very top of your list, and you prioritize around them. In a similar vein, that’s what you’d do with your wife – if you still had one, that is.
Previously, Gwen told Harper’s Bazaar that her life, post-split, was a nightmare.
She said, “It was…hell. Like, six, seven, eight months of torture, trying to figure out this big secret.” “My dreams were shattered, she continued. “All I wanted my whole life was to have babies, be married.”