Behati Prinsloo Is is a Namibian fashion model. In 2008, she became a Pink contract model and moved on to become a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2009. She is Known as Adam Levine’s Wife.
Prinsloo was born in South Africa, but raised in Grootfontein, Namibia.Her father was contracted to work in South Africa before she was born, but when she was three years old her family moved back to Namibia. She is the only child of father Louis Francois “Boet” Prinsloo, who is a church minister, and mother, Magda (née Rossouw), who runs a bed and breakfast. Her family are Afrikaners and she grew up speaking Afrikaans as her home language; she was educated in English. She attended Grootfontein Secondary School and left after Grade 9 to pursue modelling.
Prinsloo debuted as a Prada.Prinsloo has walked in fashion shows for Alexander WangLouis Vuitton, Miu Miu, Versace,Calvin Klein, Givenchy, Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Jil Sander, Marc Jacobs,bvProenza Schouler, Christian Dior, Ralph Lauren, Anna Sui, Michael Kors, and Yves Saint Laurent. In 2012, Prinsloo was also the face of popular Australian swimwear brand Seafolly.
Behati Prinsloo Age
Born on May 16, 1988, She is 31 years of age as of 2019. She was Born, in Grootfonstein, Namibia. Prinsloo is best known for her work as Victoria’s Secrets lingerie model. She appeared in nine Victoria’s Secret Fashion shows from 2007 through 2015, became a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2009 and has been the face of Victoria’s Secret PINK line since 2008. She also is a brand ambassador for Seafolly since 2012 and Pepe Jeans since 2014. Prinsloo has appeared on the covers of international fashion magazines including Vogue, GQ, and Elle among others.
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Behati Prinsloo Parents
Boet Prinsloo and Magda Prinsloo are her Parents.
Behati Prinsloo Height
She stands at a height of 5′ 11″.
Behati Prinsloo Net Worth
Namibian supermodel Behati Prinsloo, has a net worth of around $3 million, too.
Behati Prinsloo And Adam Levine
In a 2019 Porter magazine interview, Prinsloo opened up about their adorable modern meet-cute, revealing that the couple were introduced by a mutual friend after Levine was looking to cast a girl for a music video.
“Our friend was like, ‘You should meet Behati because she’s a total tomboy and down for anything,’ so he emailed me asking if I could do it,” Prinsloo said. “I ended up not doing it, but we kept emailing each other. It was such a natural correspondence that we kind of fell in love over email.” Yes, we’re also melting.And although Prinsloo passed on the job, she and Levine met for the first time in person a month later, when he ended up taking her out for dinner. The connection was immediate, as they ended up talking for hours.”It was love at first sight, it was crazy,” she said.
In the same Porter article, Prinsloo confessed that the duo split for two months but soon “realized that it was the worst decision,” resulting in their reunion and subsequent engagement in July 2013.
Behati Prinsloo Wedding
BEHATI PRINSLOO became the latest Angel to marry, following Lindsay Ellingson last weekend, when she tied the knot with Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine on Saturday.
The couple, who announced their engagement last summer, hosted more than 200 friends and family at Flora Farms in Los Cabos, Mexico, for the nuptials. Following a Friday night rehearsal dinner beach party at El Dorado Golf & Beach Club in Mexico, Levine woke on Saturday morning and posted a simple message on his Facebook page: “Let’s do this!
Behati Prinsloo Kids
Levine and Prinsloo have two daughters, Dusty Rose, 2, and Gio Grace, 14 months. The famous parents are private when it comes to their children, sharing the occasional photo on social media but rarely showing the kids’ faces.
Behati Prinsloo Victoria Secret
In 2008, she became a Pink contract model and moved on to become a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2009. She has walked in nine consecutive Victoria’s Secret Fashion Shows (2007–2015; 2018–present). She opened consecutive Victoria’s Secret Fashion shows in 2014 and 2015.
Behati Prinsloo Tattoo
Behati Prinsloo has at least 4 known tattoos:
dots on her finger
circle, dots on her neck
writing on her side
writing on her forearm
Behati Prinsloo Diet
How She starts her day Typically, I like to get up and have coffee with almond milk. I love breakfast. If I make it, I’ll make avocado toast with two eggs on the side. I like to do oatmeal with berries and honey. If I go out, I love eggs Benedict or an omelette.
Before she had a baby, I was not a morning person, but I am now. I get up really early. After Dusty eats and takes her second nap, which she does around 9 or 9:30, I like to work out.
Forher morning skin-care routine, I’ll start by washing my face. I use a nice eye cream, and then the essence. If it’s daytime, I’ll do an oil-free SPF. Sometimes I’ll add a BB cream to get a little color. I like to curl my lashes because I don’t always put on mascara.
How I sweat: Recently, I’ve been doing Body by Simone. It’s not as dance-y as most dance-cardio classes. You do a little section of dance and then do a lot of floor legwork. It has bandwork for your arms and targets every area. I love yoga, and love to stretch — that’s always been a part of my workout routine.
My workouts are usually scheduled out. People can’t just come whenever, so I have to alter my mood to the workout I’m doing. If I’m really committed, I’ll do it three or four times a week. If I’m not doing anything, I’ll do it twice a week, or at least once a week if I’m really being lazy — even if it’s just going to the beach and walking.
What wellness means to me: It’s a balance between eating what’s good for you, doing what’s good for you, having fun, and living life. It’s about taking care of yourself and not overthinking everything.
How wellness has changed for me: I am more educated about it now. When you’re younger, you don’t know as much. As a teenager and early 20s, I just didn’t care about it as much. It’s not that I didn’t know, I just didn’t care. But in the business, so many people have knowledge about wellness and beauty, so you pick up things along the way. After becoming a mom, it’s almost more important to me to instill healthy eating habits in my child. My parents were so good at it. I grew up learning how to eat healthy. I would like to do that for my kid, and also teach her to take care of the environment and be conscious about her footprint on this planet.
On documentary What the Health: You need to watch all documentaries with a grain of salt. They all have an agenda. But I found this one to be so eye-opening. I learned so much about the big industries. You don’t realize how corrupt it is. I always knew processed food was bad, but now I really know.
I will never eat bacon ever again. I’m put off by it. I will stand by that. I will never have a hot dog again in my life. I’m going to think a lot more now about where my food comes from — the egg and chicken, how it’s being raised and fed.
How I eat when I’m alone: I don’t do anything weird when I’m alone versus when I’m not alone. I kind of just eat what I’m in the mood for. It doesn’t really change.
My wellness struggle: If I do get breakouts, I’ll pick my face. I always tell myself not to. The struggle is real. Sometimes, it’s drinking enough water but all of us always feel like we can drink more. And after I had Dusty, getting motivated to get back into the gym. I’ve found that if I sit around and don’t do anything, I get antsy. I know the minute I start doing it, I’ll start loving it.
My best wellness advice: Try to be as confident as possible. Confidence is a beautiful thing. It’s not just about how you look but also how you feel. Confidence gives you radiance. That’s a huge part of women’s wellness.
Behati Prinsloo Dusty Rose Levine
A huge congratulations to singer Adam Levine and wife, gorgeous Victoria Secret model Behati Prinsloo. The couple welcomed their first child together, Dusty Rose Levine, on Wednesday, Sept. 21 in California, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.
Adam and Behati married in 2014 after two years of dating.
Behati Prinsloo Interview
Becoming an Angel is an honour because of the calibre of women who have worn those wings before
“There’s such a small amount of girls who are part of it, and they have such amazing and hardworking reputations. I remember when I started with the brand in 2007 how much I looked up to the women. It’s such an amazing place where you want to be as a model. It’s a career goal.”
We’re not taught how to walk in the wings
“Obviously, if you have any issues during fitting, the designers help to make them more comfortable. I am lucky this year that my wings are very light, but I think ultimately, it’s about working out and feeling strong in anything you wear.”
Pre-show training is rigorous
“A typical training day would include cardio and weight training. I would work out about four times a week and then take a couple of days off and eat very clean. My body responds well to high protein with veggies. The week prior, I cut out pasta, which is so hard because it’s my favourite.”