Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo.
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo. Bang ShowBiz

Adam Levine meets future in-laws

ADAM Levine wined and dined his fiancee's parents on Saturday night (19.10.13).

The Maroon 5 frontman was spotted enjoying a meal with Behati Prinsloo and her mother, Magda, and father, Boet, at Italian eatery Mozza in Hollywood, just hours after they jetted into Los Angeles from their native Namibia.

A source told UsMagazine.com that the couple looked excited to be spending time with the 24-year-old model's family.

The Victoria's Secret beauty also tweeted earlier that day: "The Prinsloo's have arrived #BOOM #family #love"

The 'One More Night' singer, 34, proposed to the model in July, shortly after they reunited after splitting earlier in the year, and they were no doubt eager to discuss their upcoming nuptials with her parents.

A source previously said the lovebirds have decided to host ceremonies in both LA and Namibia because it means a lot to her parents to have a wedding in the African compromise.

The insider recently said: "He went back and forth about having the wedding in Behati's native Namibia or in Los Angeles, where they live. Behati's parents would love for the wedding to be in Africa, but they understand that it is a major trek for all of their friends."

It is thought that Adam met his fiancée's parents for the first time at the restaurant as Boet admitted in August that he had yet to meet his future son-in-law.

But he added: "We did talk before he asked her (to marry him). We talked to each other and he presented himself in such a way to me that I appreciate him for that."



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