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Adam Levine Reveals Adorable Baby Daughter in Public


Maroon 5 frontman and professional dreamboat Adam Levine has been showing off his doting dad skills on Instagram to his first daughter, Dusty Rose, ever since she was born on Sept. 21.

But now, we finally get to see Levine’s daddy chops in real life, after he debuted her in public for the very first time on Feb. 10. And we have to say, he definitely did not disappoint.

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Dusty Rose Levine 9/21/16

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It’s not a total shock, really. Considering how sweet Levine looked cradling his then-newborn darling in this family photo and how proud he looked later on with his whole family at the beach after she got just a bit older, we have come to expect Levine to pull out all the stops for his adorable bundle of joy.

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Everything I need is right here. (Beach optional)

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So it only makes sense for him to allow his precious girl to steal the show on what was supposed to be a very special day for just him–when he finally received his much-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!

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And as if his daughter’s cuteness weren’t enough, Levine had to make the ceremony even cuter by cuddling her up right in front of everyone, so the world could see just how much he adored her.

See for yourself below, and just try not to swoon. We dare you!


NEXT: See celebrities as babies in their daddies’ arms in the the heart-achingly sweet family photos below.

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