Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are reportedly ready to grow their family.
The coaches on "The Voice" are eager to have their first child together two years into their unexpected romance, Us Weekly reported this week.
A source told the outlet that, while they "will get married one day," they're "hyper-focused on getting pregnant" for the time being.
Stefani, 48, already has three children -- Kingston, 11, Zuma, 9, and Apollo, 3 -- with ex Gavin Rossdale, and she is "incredibly hopeful" that she'll be able to conceive with Shelton, 41.
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"They believe there is still a chance for Gwen," a Shelton source told Us.
For his part, Shelton has long wanted to be a father. In fact, his desire to have children was reportedly a major factor in his infamous divorce from Miranda Lambert back in the summer of 2015. The country singer has been open with Stefani about his longing to be a father.
"Blake told Gwen he does want kids of his own and Gwen is willing to try," a source said. "With her, Blake has the exact relationship and family life he'd hoped to have with Miranda. Gwen's everything he wants."
Sources close to the couple revealed that they've actually been trying to conceive for over a year, but "starting a family has not been easy for them."
"Gwen and Blake started talking quickly about having a baby," they continued. "It's something that they really want, and it's just not working out the way they wanted it to."
Though the struggle to have a baby together has been an emotional one, it is also "making them stronger."
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