Adam Levine, wife Behati Prinsloo expecting baby number two

Maroon 5, Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo

Maroon 5 front man and The Voice judge Adam Levine and his Victoria’s Secret model wife Behati Prinsloo are expecting their second child.

Prinsloo made the public announcement on Wednesday on Instagram by showcasing her bikini clad body with a baby bump and the words “ROUND TWO.”

No further details on the pregnancy were provided yet.

ROUND 2…..

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The happy couple was married in Cabo San Lucas 2014.  First child, daughter Dusty Rose was born on September 21, 2016.

Levine has been busy touring with Maroon 5 and their new “What Lovers Do” single was just released.  A new album is slated to come out in November.  He is also preparing to be on the new season of The Voice (his 13th season as a judge) that resumes later on this month.

It has been reported by Hollywood Life that Levine is considering following in Christina Aguliera’s footsteps and working on The Voice every other season so he may have more of a work/life balance, but no official announcement has been made on that yet.

Do you think the new baby of Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo will be a boy or girl?

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