The Voice coach Adam Levine recently welcomed his baby with supermodel wife Behati Prinsloo and the proud father seemed to be on cloud nine as he shared the first photo of his little bundle of joy. Levine took to Instagram to share the adorable picture of his baby girl, Dusty Rose, with his fans and followers on social media.
In the black and white picture, the couple's three-day-old baby is seen resting peacefully on her father's heavily-tattooed chest. "Words can't describe Dusty Rose Levine 9/21/16," the former Victoria's Secret Angel wrote along with the sweet image of the father and daughter.
As soon as the couple posted the photo on social media, fans went into a frenzy congratulating the hot pair on the big news. "She is an Angel!!! Congratulations Bee and Adam!!!! May God bless your family," wrote an overjoyed fan.
Another fan offered some hilarious advice to the new parents, "Congrats, Behati! Enjoy them while they're this little, it goes by so fast! I speak from experience - next thing you know, that sweet wee one is a teenager and you're teaching them how to drive, lol!"
Little Dusty Rose, who was born to her singer-model parents on Wednesday in California, is the first child for Levine and Prinsloo after two years of marriage. The couple started dating in June 2012 and followed by a brief split, they announced their nuptials in July 2013.
However, even before the world got to meet the little angel of the Moves Like Jagger hitmaker, Levine introduced his daughter to his Voice co-stars Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. During a recent appearance on Ellen's show, Stefani revealed that she has been Facetiming with the 37-year-old singer since his daughter's birth.
"She's so cute," gushed The Hollaback Girl singer about Dusty Rose.
And, the mother-of-three even dished some interesting advice to Levine and Prinsloo, "just keep smelling that baby in the hospital! That's the greatest smell in the world, that new baby smell," Stefani said. "To me, that's the greatest being in the hospital afterwards. So, they're doing that right now and I'm so happy for them."