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Blake Shelton just got the stamp of approval from one of Gwen Stefani’s most important family members Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

It really is true that when you date or marry someone, you’re kind of committing to the entire family. So it’s always important for families to really love your significant other, and for theirs to love you right back.

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Not that we’re surprised—but Gwen Stefani’s family loves Blake Shelton. We mean, really loves him.

Over the course of their courtship, we’ve seen Blake and Gwen hanging out with her siblings and, of course her three children, and everyone seems to be the perfect family unit.

But now that the matriarchs of the family are signing off, we know just how serious things could be getting.

Gwen and her family recently celebrated her Aunt Donna’s 90th birthday and, true to Italian form, it was a huge celebration with lots of family. Gwen caught a special moment with Donna on camera during the festivities, and let’s just say her aunt’s wisdom was too good not to share with fans.

“What did you just say to me?” Gwen is heard asking in the video.

“I said don’t get rid of that wonderful boyfriend of yours,” her Aunt Donna replied.

“I’ll try not to!” Gwen then says.

BOOM: the official, huge stamp of approval from Aunt Donna herself. And we agree with her, Blake is some kind of wonderful!

Fans also agreed with Aunt Donna.

“Happy 90th birthday to your sweet Aunt Donna! And listen to what she says. Don’t ever get rid of @blakeshelton!” one fan commented.

“She is too cute. Keep that wonderful boyfriend of yours. He is a cutie!” another wrote.

OK, Gwen … we know you already are, but listen to your aunt!

@blakeshelton #countrymusicfreakstour gx

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Yep, definitely hang on this love, girl.

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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