Gwen Stefani is one lucky woman.

The ‘Rich Girl’ singer – who has sons Kingston, four, and 21-month-old Zuma with husband Gavin Rossdale – has admitted she is hapless in the kitchen and relies on her spouse to feed their family.

She said: “I don’t cook. I can toast in the toaster. I can pour and set the table. No, Gavin is the one. It’s not even an option, he is so passionate about it. He cooks every day. He loves to go grocery shopping and find different things. I’m really lucky. It’s actually lucky and hard at the same time, because sometimes you want to be fit and not eat it, but you have to eat it.”

Gwen also praised her rock star husband’s “creativity” when it comes to spoiling her with gifts. She told Britain’s InStyle magazine: “Does he ask what I want? Oh, no, we’re not allowed to do that. It’s just old-fashioned gift giving. He goes all out, you know? He’s a romantic, so it’s good. He is a creative guy and he’s amazingly inspiring with that creativity. We had a really good Christmas last year; it was fun getting gifts for the kids.”

The 40-year-old star – who recently denied rumours she is pregnant – admitted she finds it “weird” not to have a daughter but worries having three children would affect her ability to be a good parent. She explained: “It does seem weird that I don’t have a girl, but I feel like I’m running out of time. I also don’t want to spread myself so thin that I can’t even be good for them.”

The No Doubt singer – who has her own clothing range L.A.M.B. – is also a huge fan of her rocker spouse’s look and he gives her great ideas about what clothes to design next. She said: “He has such great style. I get ideas from a lot of his clothes for the women’s clothing line, because I like that kind of mixture. “I use a lot of stuff in his closet. I’ll be, like, ‘Ooh, we should do a girl version of this!’ ”

The 40-year-old star, known for her eccentric style, admits she has always been obsessed with fashion since before she was famous. Gwen said: “It’s been the same my whole life. I made so many clothes growing up and I used to do my own costumes. Fashion gets me so excited.”

Her latest range comes out later this year and the ‘Sweet Escape’ singer says all the items in the collection are things she would wear. She told Britain’s InStyle magazine: “I wanted to make a collection I was really going to wear. I was into grey, black and white, with just touches of colour, like yellow here and there. “And a lot of drapery and slouchy stuff and some tailoring – and looks that were a bit 80s, but also modern. It’s about what I would wear, to be honest. It’s very selfish!”