ADAM Levine is the lead singer of Maroon 5 – and the husband of supermodel Behati Prinsloo.
They were spotted packing on major PDA while swimming at a Hawaiian beach in June of 2021.
Who is Adam Levine married to?
Musician and The Voice star Adam Levine has been married to model and actress Behati Prinsloo since 2014.
They share two children – Dusty, 4, and Gio, 3.
They have been together since 2012.
“It was love at first sight, it was crazy,” Prinsloo told Net-A-Porter.
“We broke up for two months, realized that it was the worst decision, then got back together, got engaged and got married.
"It was a wild ride!”
She had been recommended to Levine for a role in a Maroon 5 music video, but ended up not appearing.
“We kept e-mailing each other,” she told the outlet.
“It was such a natural correspondence that we kind of fell in love over e-mail.”
Prinsloo was born on May 16, 1988, in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa. She would later move to Namibia.
"It was a shock to the system when I left Namibia to model," she told Net-A-Porter.
"The first place I went was London.
"I was 15, it was gray and freezing; I wasn’t used to the cold, I wasn’t used to how many people there were.
"But I’m an only child and I feel like I’ve always wanted chaos around me. I learned a lot about myself, and although at times I was really miserable, I really enjoyed it, too.
"New York was also a shock; the first time I had to take a taxi, I was like, ‘This is crazy!’ We don’t have cabs in Africa, you just drive everywhere.”
She told the outlet that most of Levine's family lives in Los Angeles, which makes it easier to raise their family there.
"It’s really amazing to know that when I leave the kids for a day or two, they are surrounded with so much family," she told Net-A-Porter.
"I’m [currently] keeping work very casual and not trying to be everywhere and show that I’m ‘back’ – it’s tough being a mom.
"The people I look up to the most are working mothers; it’s awesome to see these amazing, strong women with kids and a career, killing it at both.”
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