Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo welcomed their first child together, daughter Dusty Rose Levine, at the end of last month, and around the same time, the Maroon 5 singer made a major investment with the UFC.
As he and Prinsloo adjust to their new lives as parents, news has hit the web claiming Adam Levine and a number of other celebrities, including Ben Affleck, Mark Wahlberg, The Weeknd, Cam Newton, Conan O’Brien, and Sylvester Stallone, have invested in the promotion of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
“The UFC’s sale to WME-IMG has come with a lot of celebrity owners,” 411 Mania revealed to readers on September 30. “UFC officials have confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that twenty-three celebrities have invested.”
— Access Hollywood (@accesshollywood) September 30, 2016
Adam Levine and his wife, Prinsloo, confirmed their plans to start a family shortly after they wed in 2014, and in March of this year, Levine confirmed his wife was pregnant with a baby bump photo of the Victoria’s Secret model in a bikini on his Instagram page. Following their announcement, Levine and Prinsloo continued to stay active on social media and regularly shared photos and updates regarding Prinsloo’s pregnancy.
After Prinsloo gave birth, a source spoke out claiming she and Adam Levine were hoping to expand their family more in the near future.
“Behati loves being a mom and can’t wait to eventually expand the family more,” an insider told E! News on September 27. “[Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo] are completely attached to her. They don’t want to let Dusty out of their sight.”
For the past couple of years, Adam Levine and Prinsloo have been vocal about their desires for a very big family, so it isn’t too surprising to hear that they are already discussing potential plans for their next child.
“[Adam Levine] was in the delivery room holding Behati’s hands. They both cried when she was born. Both families are there now,” a source revealed to E! News after the birth of Dusty Rose. “She is beautiful. She looks like Behati.”
“Everything went well and the baby is beautiful,” another insider told Us Weekly. “They’re a very happy couple and excited to start their family. I can tell you they make very beautiful babies together.”
Adam Levine has been filming the 11th season of The Voice for the past several months but luckily, his schedule has allowed him to be home with the baby in recent days. Although he was forced to cancel several shows on his Maroon 5 tour, he has rescheduled them all for dates next year.
— E! News (@enews) September 28, 2016
Earlier this year, prior to Adam Levine’s baby news, a report began swirling the web which claimed Levine may be preparing to walk away from The Voice so that he would have more time with Prinsloo and his growing family. However, a short time later, a second report shot down the idea, claiming that there was no good reason that Levine would walk away as the show’s flexibility allows him plenty of time at home.
“The amount of time [Adam Levine] would have to be away really wouldn’t be that much. He could easily do both,” the source told Hollywood Life in March. “The Voice schedule would offer no neglect to family duties and he would be able to do it because The Voice would be accommodating to all of his needs.”
For more of Adam Levine, tune into The Voice Season 11 airing on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. on NBC.
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