Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo packed on the PDA throughout their first joint purple carpet look since his flirty DM scandal.
The Maroon 5 frontman couldn’t preserve his fingers off his spouse of eight years whereas attending the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar celebration Sunday.
Levine, 43, rocked a black swimsuit and a platinum buzzcut whereas placing his arm round Prinsloo, 34, and kissing her cheek.
The former Victoria’s Secret mannequin was all smiles on the Grammy winner’s aspect as she wore a sequined robe.
The duo’s glam outing got here practically two months after Prinsloo gave beginning to child No. 3.
The couple, who’ve but to disclose their toddler’s identify or intercourse, are additionally the dad and mom of daughters Dusty, 6, and Gio, 5.
During Prinsloo’s being pregnant in 2022, Levine made headlines for sending inappropriate Instagram messages to Sumner Stroh, Alyson Rose and extra girls.
Screenshots of the alleged DMs featured Levine complimenting the fashions’ “absurd … hourglass” our bodies, calling them “unreal.”
While the musician denied having bodily affairs, he did apologize for “cross[ing] the road” together with his social media habits.
“I used poor judgment in talking with anybody apart from my spouse in ANY type of flirtatious method,” he wrote on the time.
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“I’ve addressed that and brought proactive steps to treatment this with my household.”
Levine went on to name himself “naive and silly,” concluding, “I’ll by no means make [this mistake] once more. I take full duty. We will get by it. And we’ll get by it collectively.”
He has not spoken concerning the scandal since.
Prinsloo, for her half, stayed silent when information broke — however did placed on a united entrance with Levine on seaside journeys, faculty pickups and extra.
The duo have been married since 2014, beginning their household two years later.
Levine gave some perception into the “zone protection” they play whereas parenting in a Ryan Seacrest interview earlier this month.
He known as fatherhood “chaos,” clarifying that it’s “superior” and he “love[s] it.”