Behati Prinsloo is grateful for her family.
On Friday, Prinsloo shared a late Thanksgiving message to Instagram, which was attached to a rare photo on the social networks of Victoria's Secret model, her husband Adam Levine and their daughters Dusty Rose, 2, Gio Grace, 9 months
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In the lovely family portrait, Prinsloo, 30, and the leader of Maroon 5, 39, smile as both proud parents push their children on a swing.
The image came with a simple title in capital letters: "THANK YOU".
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Earlier this month, Prinsloo made her grand comeback of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show for the first time since giving birth to her two daughters, walking the runway with the brand's wings after a two-year hiatus.
Levine was in the front row, and Prinsloo threw several kisses at The voice coach.
"I'm super excited," he told People before the show. "He could not come for some years because there was always a conflict with The voice And this year it worked. "
Returning to the track "it seemed like a distant dream" for Prinsloo, he wrote on Instagram before going to the track. "I am very proud to be back and proud of my body and what it can do, to feel stronger and healthier than ever with two beautiful girls." Power, she wrote.
During an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show in May, Levine joked that the couple had not finished with their family's expansion after Gio Grace's birth in February.
"At this rate, I think I'll definitely let my wife have control of the next child's time," he said. "We want, like, a lot. At least [five]. "
"Like Maroon 5," the host joked.
"Maroon 5. We have to have a band of kids," Levine responded, mocking that the smaller they are, the more an "insurance policy for their future."
On Friday night, the couple was trapped as they watched the Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Utah Jazz at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
He wore an Alexander Wang sweater and had a few drinks during the game. Levine swayed from head to toe.