Even though the Maroon 5 frontman only tied the knot six weeks ago, he can already see positive changes occurring within himself.
Adam Levine and his Victoria's Secret model wife Behati Prinsloo only tied the knot at Flora Farms in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, last month, but the Maroon 5 frontman claims he can already recognize how married life has changed him.
Levine and Prinsloo tied the knot in Mexico last month
Levine recently opened up about how being a first-time husband has changed him in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, and by the sounds of things, everything is growing great for the newlyweds!
"I think it does change, but in a great way because...you feel like a man or something, it's weird," the 35 year-old singer told Seacrest. "The relationship doesn't change, but you feel slightly more masculine. I feel like from a man's perspective...at the end of the day, if you're with the right person, the guy is supposed to feel like, I think, a little bit more of a man."
Naturally the next step for Levine and Prinsloo would be to start a family, but this most likely won't be happening anytime soon. "We're definitely going to do it, I want to have 100 kids," he revealed. "I want to have more kids than would be socially responsible. I don't know when we're going to do it. We can't do it right now. I think it's absolutely in the works for some future date."
Levine also admitted that starting a family would definitely slow the pace of making music with Maroon 5.
"We want to tour, to a certain degree, forever," he said, "but at which point does this start to interfere with other things in life that you want to do? There's probably a day when I'm working a lot less and enjoying my job a little more."
As for now, Levine will be hard at work as one of the coaches on NBC's 'The Voice,' and will be busy promoting his band's fifth studio album 'V.'