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Adam Levine planning 2 weddings

Adam Levine planning 2 weddings

TWO WEDDINGS: Adam Levine plans to wed next year. Photo: Associated Press

Maroon 5 star Adam Levine is reportedly planning two weddings next summer after proposing to model Behati Prinsloo.

The rocker is keen to include his family and friends and his fiancee’s clan in Namibia in the nuptials but is struggling to get them all together, so he has decided to have two parties, according to a friend.

The source tells Life & Style magazine, “He went back and forth about having the wedding in Behati’s native Namibia, or in Los Angeles, where they live. Behati’s parents would love for the wedding to be in Africa, but they understand that it is a major trek for all of their friends, so they’ve decided on having a smaller service in Africa and then something bigger around L.A.”

Levine proposed to Prinsloo in July.

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