Behati Prinsloo sat down with The Lowdown’s Diana Madison and chatted about her successful modeling career, balancing work and marriage, and she revealed she wants lots of babies in the near future with her hot husband Adam Levine! And it wouldn’t be a complete interview without Behati giving us the inside scoop about the new Victoria’s Secret Angels walking down the runway at the second annual Victoria’s Secret Swim Show.
While promoting the Victoria’s Secret special show, airing on CBS on Wednesday, March 9, the model revealed that she’s excited to be working with the new VS Angels. In fact, the model played a fun game with Diana where she had to choose which Victoria’s Secret model had the best butt and smile. Find out which VS model she thinks will make a great president.
Behati has been strutting her stuff down the coveted Victoria’s Secret runway for sometime now, and admits she “feels so incredibly blessed” to be part of such a special brand. “VS is such an incredible company and they’re so loyal. All of these girls, we kind of grow up with them. It’s a great company to be part of and I’m really honored.” Even though modeling has its perks, Behati tells Diana it can be tough sometimes.
When Behati isn’t taking over the world, one runway at a time, she’s spending as much time as possible with her man Adam Levine, the Maroon 5 front man. Currently, Adam is on tour and the model tweeted she missed her husband while he was performing in South Africa. How does the model make her relationship work especially when it’s long distance? “Not over thinking it,” she says. “We call each other every night. We FaceTime. I think that helps everyone in the world.”
New mom Diana wanted to know if Behati plans to expand her family and she most certainly does! “Since [I] was a little girl, I’ve always wanted a family, a big family.” And she means big! The model reveals, "I'm an only child so I wanted like 10 kids… for sure." Wow! With all of Behati’s major success, she remains humble about her career. The model is proud to represent South Africa and hopes to keep making her country proud.