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Sunday 1 February 2015

Adam Levine 'under marriage pressure'

Adam Levine
Adam Levine

Adam Levine's family are reportedly urging him to marry.

The Maroon 5 rocker is dating Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, who he's been with since June.

Although the romance is relatively new, his family are convinced they are the perfect couple.

"Adam's mom Patsy and his dad Fred would like nothing better than for him to marry Behati and have some gorgeous-looking kids," an insider told National Enquirer.

"They think he would make a great dad so they've been nudging him towards the altar. They feel he's sowed his wild oats and it's time for him to raise a family."

Adam, 33, dated model Anne Vyalitsyna before his romance with Behati. He's also been linked to Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan and is reportedly unconvinced about marriage because his parents divorced when he was growing up.

"Behati could definitely change his mind about marriage," the insider added. "Adam is crazy about her, and so is his family."

In September, the model's mother Magda called Adam a "fine man" and said she would love to see her married with kids in the future.

"Behati says Adam is a fine man; she is enjoying his company," Magda added.

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