Adam Levine and wife, Behati Prinsloo, are happy to announce the birth of their second child, daughter Gio Grace Levine.
The Maroon 5 frontman's representative confirms the news to People, including the name that's just as unconventional as their first child's own given name.
Levine, 38, and the Victoria's Secret Angel Prinsloo, 28, already have one daughter, Dusty Rose. She was born in September 2016.
Two kids may already be a handful, but don't expect the couple to stop now. In an appearance at The Ellen Show, Levine revealed that he and his wife are on the same page when it comes to having kids.
"I want a lot [of kids], I thrive in chaos," Levine says, assuring DeGeneres that his wife wants even more. "She was an only child, so she wants like 100 babies. I don't know if I can do that. That's a lot of babies."
The couple has been married since 2014.
Valentine's Day Festivities
Even with their growing family, the "She Will Be Loved" singer isn't phoning in the romance with his supermodel wife. For Levine and Prinsloo, there's no need for fancy dinner reservations or dressed-up date nights.
Levine shared a sweet photo on Valentine's Day showing how the spoiled his pregnant wife during the most romantic day of the year: chocolates, flowers, and a comfortable bed.
"My maniac," he wrote in the caption, following it up with a number of heart emojis.
As the frontman to Maroon 5, it's not like Levine will need to take out loans to feed his growing family. Yet, a raise is always welcome and The Voice star may be getting a cushy bonus in the near future.
Insiders told Celebrity Insider that both Levine and close pal Blake Shelton are ready to jump ship after shooting of the show's season 14 wraps. The pair, who have been with the show from the very beginning, is a big part of the competition's success — and the executives are aware of their value.
Levine is considering stepping away from The Voice to focus more on Prinsloo and their children, while Shelton has been considering quitting since his girlfriend Gwen Stefani left.
The NBC executives, the insiders say, are desperate to keep Levine and Shelton on board for a couple more seasons. To entice them to stay, they are offering each of them a $5 million bonus to sit on their red chairs until 2020.
Neither Levine nor Shelton have accepted or denied the offer.