It’s official! Behati Prinslooconfirmed that she is pregnant together with her husband Adam Levine‘s third child — and showed off her baby bump.
The 34-year old pregnant model shared a window selfie on Instagram with her fans on Thursday, September 15th, showing her growing belly. “Recent 🧚🏼♀️,” she captioned a series of photos, which included her pregnancy reveal.
Prinsloo was 43 years old when she married the musician. She wore a tie-dye shirt and baggy pants in the picture. Her stomach was exposed as she stood outside. For the DIY photoshoot, she wore her hair in a messy bun.
The Namibia native also shared a photo with the family’s puppy, along with a billboard of her and Levine’s tequila brand, Calirosa, in New York City and the Green Day song she’s been listening to as of late.
“Ah!!!! 💫💫💫💫❤️,” Kate HudsonComment on the Instagram post Elizabeth Chambers added, “Most beeeeeeaautiful 🧚♀️.”
Prinsloo’s subtle pregnancy announcement came more than one week after news broke that she and the Maroon 5 singer are expanding their family. The couple are also parents to Dusty Rose, 5, as well as Gio Grace, 4, respectively.
The twosome have spoken out many times over the years about their desire to have a large extended family.
“We always knew we wanted a second [child],” Prinsloo told Entertainment TonightIn November 2021. “So I think for me … when I had two babies under the age of 2, I was just like, ‘Don’t even think about it!’ I do also want five kids. But don’t even think about it.”
She teased at the time that she didn’t know what the future held for her and Levine as they raised their girls. “Never say never. We want a big family,” the entrepreneur added. “Who knows? We’re leaving it up to fate and just what happens. What will happen, will occur. So there are no limits to it.”
Three years prior, the “Lost Stars” crooner joked to Ellen DeGeneres that his wife wanted “100 babies.” However, he confessed that he wasn’t completely on board with that plan.
“I don’t know if I can do that. … I want a lot,” the former VoiceCoach explained it in May 2018. “I thrive in chaos.”
The Los Angeles native announced on the following year The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he had become basically a “stay-at-home dad” since he and Prinsloo welcomed their second child. “I just stay home and do very little,” he said with a laugh in October 2019, adding that he’s “obsessed” with his girls.