By Dailymail. The year-old Maroon 5 frontman showed off his collection of arm tattoos in a simple white tee while he stepped out with his two-year-old. Adam, the sides of whose head are shaved, teamed his shirt with a pair of grey, black-and-white striped shorts that featured zip pockets. The Voice judge, who was once People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive, added a bit of color to the look with yellow-lens shades and crepe pink sneakers.
Adam Levine grabs two coffees with his daughter Dusty Rose
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M y sister was working for Paramount Pictures when I first visited Soho as a wide-eyed teenager. The place had been a home for the film industry since at least , when colour film pioneer Charles Urban moved into offices on Wardour Street. In the s, all the big film companies had offices here. Dirty, smelly, noisy Soho was an unbelievably exciting mixture of pubs, restaurants, cafes and markets.
Adam Levine takes Dusty Rose on stroll in LA... after he and Behati Prinsloo were out on Halloween
When I was a kid there was a pub near us called The Salisbury Tavern now a Tesco Express — sigh that had a stripper one night a week. So on those nights me and my mates used to go down there and, if we stood on tip-toe, we could just see inside through the non-frosted bottom part of the window and get a cheap thrill. The only other one I ever saw was at the Chelsea Drugstore one lunchtime early in that decade and I just remember it all being rather sordid and sad. I do love this though.
By Bobbie Whiteman For Dailymail. She obviously has a caffeine craving and it seems only one brand will do. Adam Levine was seen with his month-old daughter Dusty Rose grabbing two Starbucks coffees to go in Beverly Hills on Sunday morning. One was probably for his beautiful wife, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, who was likely at home with their newborn Gio Grace. The year-old coach on NBC reality talent show The Voice was spotted carefully carrying Dusty on one arm while holding a cardboard tray with two coffees as he walked back to his car.