The Maroon 5 vocalist swaps wedding vows with his model fiancee at Flora Farm in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Adam Levine is a married man. The Maroon 5 frontman tied the knot with his fiancee, beautiful model Behati Prinsloo, in front of 275 guests at Flora Farm in Los Cabos, Mexico, on Saturday, July 19. The groom wore a tux, and his blushing bride donned Marchesa gown.
The guests included Jonah Hill, Erin Heatherton, Robert Downey Jr., Candice Swanepoel, Jason Segel, and Levine's bandmates James Valentine and Jesse Carmichael. Meanwhile, some of Prinsloo's model pals including Coco Rocha served as her bridesmaids.
The couple asked their guests to make a donation to the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles in lieu of wedding gifts. The festivities kicked off Friday night with a beach party at the El Dorado Golf & Beach Club. The newlyweds will next head to South Africa for honeymoon.
Levine, 35, and Prinsloo, 25, started dating in 2012 after his split from model Anne Vyalitsyna. They broke up in 2013 for a few months before rekindling their romance. The singer proposed to her in the same year, despite his vow not to get married.
"Famous last words: 'I'll never get married,' " he told Jay Leno in October last year. "You know, I still don't think you have to get married, unless you meet someone that makes you want to marry them. And then you marry them and it's wonderful."
He had a bachelor party with 50 friends at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas in March, but he told PEOPLE that he "had enough bachelor parties" and was ready to settle down with his fiancee. "I definitely feel like I'm sitting in the chair I'm supposed to be sitting in right now," he said. "It all feels very natural."