The singer Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo announced they were expecting a third child.
In 2014, the couple married after dating two years before the wedding, and they have already given birth to two beautiful daughters: Dusty Rose and Gio Grace. However, their desire for a large family has never been a secret.
The 34-years-old model told in a November 2021 interview about what she thought in the beginning after becoming a mother of two, “When I had two babies under the age of 2, I was just like, ‘Don’t even think about it!'”
Nevertheless, she immediately changed her mind, “I also want five kids. Never say never. We want a big family. Who knows?”
Furthermore, she said, “We’re leaving it up to fate and just what happens. What will happen, will happen. So there are no limits to it.”
In Prinsloo’s comments, she reiterates some of Levine’s previous remarks about the need to expand the family as quickly as possible.
On Ellen DeGeneres in 2014, Maroon 5’s singer joked, “I want to have 100 kids. I want to have more kids than would be socially responsible.”
Apart from the Namibian native Prinsloo’s remarks about having more children in the future, she has also been transparent about undergoing postpartum depression after she and the musician welcomed their first child, Dusty.
In June 2019, Prinsloo revealed, “I had moments of postpartum after our first baby that I felt like it was coming through. But my husband was so incredibly supportive and always got me out of it. I think it is very normal, though, as a young mom and a new mom to feel helpless and to feel overly emotional, you know.”
Architectural Digest interviewed them in August 2021 about their “homey” Los Angeles pad, and they explained the importance of a kid-friendly home.
In an interview with the magazine, Prinsloo talked about their new home in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles.
She remarked, “We were attracted to this place because it felt homey. You could tell that kids had lived here before. The only things we brought were the art and the bonsai trees, which are my other little kids.”
The 43-years-old singer also mentioned, “The COVID lockdown made us especially grateful to have this place. In a world where nothing ever seems to be enough, our home feels like a genuine unicorn, our perfect sanctuary.”