Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton did not speak about what ended their marriage of four years. Although, there were cheating allegations on both the country singers, none got verified. But, a new report has said that the two separated because Lambert was not keen on having children as opposed to Shelton.

Hollywood Life reported, citing a Nov. 30 issue of Us Weekly magazine, that 32-year-old Lambert and 39-year-old Shelton planned to start a family. However, the “Little Red Wagon” singer was not able to keep the promise and the two parted ways, the website reported.

After announcing their divorce plans in July, there were reports that Lambert cheated on Shelton with several men. However, Lambert has denied the allegations.

“It wasn’t like that was their only problem either. There was a lot more to it than just that. Blake played a part in their divorce just as much as Miranda,” Hollywood Life reported Wednesday, citing a source. “She [Miranda] doesn’t want to get into a mud-slinging contest so she’s not talking, but she has told friends, ‘Blake knows what he did wrong,'” the insider told the entertainment website.

Meanwhile, Shelton’s new love interest and fellow coach at “The Voice” Gwen Stefani is said to have “found new love again” in the “Sangria” singer. Recently, Stefani’s representative confirmed that she was dating Shelton after her divorce with Gavin Rossdale.

“Many of Gwen's friends love how happy she has been over these past few months. The media craze just annoys her because of the way it can affect kids in situations like this, but she has been giving them unconditional love and talking to them,” a source told E! Online.