Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani is about to celebrate their first anniversary. Yet, rumors about their possible split still linger on the Internet. Stefani opens up about her heartbreak and her true feelings right now during an interview.

Indeed, the No Doubt singer is blooming and as dashing as ever while posing for the cover of Cosmopolitan mag. It’s no secret that the person behind her smile is the country crooner.

However, she told the magazine that both of them had “trust issues” at the beginning of the relationship. “It was like, ‘I have so many problems. How can I now be getting into another potentially huge problem? What am I doing?'” the singer reflects on the first phase of the romance.

But it turns out that Blake Shelton might be the one that she’s been looking for. It could be destiny because they experienced the same situation at the same time.

Last year, Stefani called off her marriage to Gavin Rossdale after 13 years. According to rumors, he cheated on her with their Australian nanny, Mindy Mann.

And around that time, Blake Shelton also broke up with his ex-wife Miranda Lambert. The cause remains hidden until now.

The couple started their relationship as friends during the previous season of The Voice, hence, the “on-cam” flirtation begun. However, Stefani straightened it up by saying that the producers were trying to make that plot.

Nevertheless, the on-screen sweet gestures turned out to be real, and both of them are thankful to have met each other. Blake Shelton even told Billboard that the blonde bombshell is the only woman in his life and he’s so much happier with Stefani.

On the other hand, the female singer was also candid about her past. Although she did not reveal much of the details about her divorce, she said that people should listen to her new songs because the message is there.

She made it clear that the only people in the loop are her parents and some very close friends.

Overall, it appears that Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are able to make their love story stronger than ever. Let us wait for the future announcements, or probably Shelton’s proposal, very soon.