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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Behati Prinsloo “definitely” wants more children

    The 32-year-old model already has daughters Dusty, four, and Gio, three, with husband Adam Levine but both she and the Maroon 5 frontman are keen to add to their family again in the future


    She told HELLO! magazine: “Never say never! We definitely want more kids. Who knows how many we will be blessed with?”

    Behati admitted one of the reasons why she wants a lot of children is to contrast with her own experience of growing up without siblings.

    She said: “I love having two built-in best friends.

    "As an only child, I’ve always wanted a lot of kids, to experience what I never had.

    “That said, being an only child was epic in its own way.”

    The Namibian beauty finds being a parent “so rewarding” and “magical”.

    She gushed: “It’s so rewarding to watch my girls learn and develop into kind and caring women.

    “Seeing the world through children’s eyes again is so magical.

    “They are so young but they already amaze me.”

    Although Behati appreciated getting more time at home with her family amid the coronavirus pandemic, she admitted she couldn’t “fully enjoy”

    it knowing how many others were suffering.

    She said: “While I’m grateful that we’ve been healthy and that I was safe with Adam and the girls at home, I really do not take this for granted.

    “I love being with my family, but it’s also been hard to fully enjoy the past year considering the state of the world.

    “I really wish I could wave a magic wand and just take the hate and suffering away.”

    © 2021 Bang Showbiz, NZCity

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