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Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo Share the First Photo of Their Newborn


Who knew toes could be so cute?! Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo shared the first photo of their infant daughter on February 21. They confirmed that they named her Gio Grace Levine and she was born on February 15.

“She’s got her dads toes 👼🏼,” Behati joked in a sweet Instagram photo showing off her baby’s feet wrapped up in a soft pink blanket. It looks like we’re going to have to wait just a little longer to see her face.

The Maroon 5 frontman, 38, posted a sweet photo of his 28-year-old model wife on Valentine’s Day, and she was still very pregnant. She was laying in bed surrounded by chocolates with the caption, “My Maniac.” Reports broke on February 16 that the baby was born, but neither of the parents confirmed the news until February 21, one week after Gio’s delivery.

Despite the couples’ silence, fans quickly took to Instagram to congratulate them. “Did she go into labor right after this!? Congrats on the new bundle ❤️” wrote one happy supporter on a photo of Behati looking ready to pop. “Welcome to the world #geogracelevine,” another wrote.

The couple already has a one-year-old named Dusty Rose, and they seemed thrilled to be having another. Behati first announced that she was expecting their second child in September, when she surprised fans with a photo of her bare baby bump. Adam waited until November to announce on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that their second child would also be a girl. Interestingly, he told Ellen that his wife was seven months along, which would put her due date in December or January. It looks like she held on a little longer! Congratulations to the happy family, and we can’t wait to see more of baby Gio.

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Life & Style.

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