Nanny steals boss’s hus­band – and her look and dress sense

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - NEWS - JEMMA BUCK­LEY

LON­DON: First she was ac­cused of steal­ing Gwen Ste­fani’s hus­band af­ter a three-year af­fair right un­der the pop singer’s nose.

Now pic­tures have emerged which seem to sug­gest Mindy Mann, the fam­ily nanny, was also out to steal her star boss’s looks.

Ste­fani di­vorced her Bri­tish rocker hus­band Gavin Ross­dale last month af­ter a 13-year mar­riage. It is al­leged she found he was cheating on her with the nanny af­ter see­ing ex­plicit texts and nude pho­tos on the fam­ily iPad.

Now shots have emerged show­ing Mann in out­fits strik­ingly sim­i­lar to those of her boss.

She has been spot­ted pos­ing in the same grey jump­suit, wear­ing a sim­i­lar black ban­dana in her hair and wear­ing the same dark­rimmed glasses.

The blonde Aus­tralian even dyed her hair bright pink, a style once sported by Ste­fani, 46. Ac­cord­ing to mag­a­zine Us Weekly, Mann grad­u­ally be­gan dress­ing like Ste­fani, who is the lead singer of the band No Doubt.

A source told the mag­a­zine: “If Gwen would eat some­thing or do a work­out or get a new hand- bag, Mindy would do the same thing. Gwen thought it was weird.”

Ear­lier this week the mag­a­zine claimed that 50- year- old rocker Ross­dale had had a three­year af­fair be­hind his wife’s back, in­clud­ing while she was preg­nant with their youngest child.

Us Weekly claims Ste­fani dis­cov­ered the be­trayal in Fe­bru­ary. One of the couple’s other nan­nies al­legedly found ex­plicit texts and nude pho­tos of Mann on the fam­ily’s iPad and showed them to the singer.

Mann cared for the couple’s three sons, Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and 20-month-old Apollo.

The mag­a­zine claims Mann was fired de­spite Ross­dale, lead singer of the band Bush, in­sist­ing the ex­change was sim­ply “flir­ta­tion”. When he con­fessed to the af­fair months later, a “com­pletely dev­as­tated” Ste­fani de­cided to end the mar­riage. – Daily Mail

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