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Zuma Rossdale Learns How to Surf in Long Beach

Look who’s already making waves this summer!

Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale’s youngest son, Zuma, 4½, beats the heat in Long Beach, Calif., where he honed his surfing skills on Saturday.

That’s right – school may be out, but this little one (pictured here with his presumed instructor) is still learning.

Meanwhile, 7-year-old brother Kingston also got in the spirit of the season with mom Stefani, who showed off her bikini-ready abs on land.

Caught in the Act!

• A decked-out Gwen Stefani hosted a private Harajuku-themed charity tea party at Royal/T in L.A. to benefit Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Emergency Fund. Stefani was joined by sons Zuma, 2½ and Kingston, 5, as well as her mother, father, and hubby Gavin Rossdale at the event.

Romeo Beckham Celebrates 8th Birthday Lakers-Style

Laser tag, video games and famous friends, oh my. How else to mark an 8th birthday when your parents are David and Victoria Beckham?

As the center of attention at an over-the-top bash fit for a king, Romeo Beckham celebrated the young milestone at Ultra Zone in Sherman Oaks, Calif., with guests who included Heidi Klum and Seal’s kids and Kingston Rossdale.

Gavin Rossdale Taking Kingston on Tour

Gavin Rossdale won’t miss Kingston when he starts his tour in April. Why? Because his 2 ½-year-old son will hit the road with dad.

“I take Kingston for as long as he wants, so I try to drum that into him: ‘Are you ready to go on tour? Are you ready to go on tour?’ It’s going to be fun!” Rossdale told PEOPLE at the Global Green pre-Oscar party on Thursday night.

And according to Rossdale, all it takes to keep the tour kid-friendly are appropriate sleeping accommodations. “Just get him bunks so he won’t fall out – that’s the main thing.”