Rocking out in their best winter attire, Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale shared a morning coffee at a Starbucks in Studio City on Friday morning and later jetted out of Los Angeles with their two children.
After dropping their son Kingston at school, the couple, who have been married for 10 years, held hands and chatted away as they walked through the neighbourhood and back to their car.
Off we go: Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale and their children jetted out of LAX airport in Los Angeles on FridayWearing matching leather outfits, the No Doubt songstress wore a red leather jacket and a black turtleneck with black demin jeans and some ankle height black leather boots.
Gwen pulled back her hair to show off her trademark red lips leopard print sunglasses, part of a new collection of sunglasses she's been enjoying quite a bit lately.
Her Bush-frontman husband coordinated with a black leather jacket and puffy vest with black jeans.
Cool couple: Gwen Stefani and hubbi Gavin Rossdale snuck in a coffee date while their son Kingston was at school
King and queen of cool: The couple coordinated in matching black outfitsThe 47-year-old finished off his outfit with matching grey sneakers and a grey beanie.
The couple completed their family unit after school, grabbing their children Kingston, six, and Zuma, four, and taking them to an airport in Los Angeles.
Gwen traded her shades for hot blue ones and slipped on a black fedora and a leopard print scarf as she pulled a stroller out of her car to push along her youngest Zuma.
Great shades: The No Doubt singer pulled her hair back to show off her new leopard print glasses
She'll wait: Gwen fiddled with her keys as her London-born husband chatted on the phone
The rocker family is presumably heading out of town for the holidays, as Gavin has family in his native London.
Gwen and Gavin recently celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary.
Hey baby: The 43-year-old singer prepped her family as they arrived at a Los Angeles airport on Friday
Ready to roll: The Bush frontman popped his son Zuma into a stroller
'(Marriage) is something that I always wanted to do successfully. It was a dream of mine. (Our relationship) is better than it’s ever been, like we’re learning about each other all the time.
'Gavin’s an amazing dad and he works so hard... He balances me out. And he never stops liking me, which is awesome! It makes me feel happy that someone likes me as much as he does.'