Adam Levine 'apologises' to former girlfriends before he marries Behati Prinsloo
Serial dater Adam Levine has apologised to all his former flames, ahead of his wedding to Behati Prinsloo this summer.
The lead singer of Maroon 5 front man dated a string of women including models Anne V and Nina Agdal and actress Cameron Diaz,
He was also linked to Maria Sharapova, Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton.
From 1997-2001, Adam was happily shacked up with his high school sweetheart Jane Herman (a former fashion writer for Vogue) who was the inspiration behind the ‘Songs for Jane’ album.
The womaniser proposed to his Victoria's Secret model girlfriend Behati Prinsloo (25) in July 2013 after a one year relationship.
According to a source, The Voice mentor wants to start off his married life with a clean slate, and is reaching out to past girlfriends to clear the air.
Levine was linked to Sports Illustrated model Nina Agdal (22) when he was on a break from Behati last year.
The pair were pictured enjoying a tropical holiday, but then the following month he announced his engagement to Behati.
Rumours circulated that he broke off the fling via text, and left Danish model Nina heartbroken.
Nina was soon snapped up by other infamous casanovas- linked to The Wanted’s Max George (former fiancé of Michelle Keegan) and Leonardo DiCaprio - are you keeping up?
An inside told Us Weekly, "Adam apologised for how he treated them," however it appears most of the women “couldn’t care less” and have declined his attempt at offering the olive branch.
The 35-year-old singer will wed the Namibian model Behati in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico,
Fellow Victoria’s Secret models Candice Swanepoel and Lily Aldridge are thought to be on the guest list for the intimate ceremony.
A second celebration will then take place in Behati’s home town in South Africa.
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