Behati Prinsloo is set to walk at this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show after having two years' away to raise her children.
Behati Prinsloo is returning to this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
The 30-year-old model has missed the past two years to care for her and her husband Adam Levine's young family, Dusty Rose, two, and seven-month-old Gio Grace, but she is ''really excited'' to be making a return to the runway spectacular.
In an appearance on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen', she said: ''You know what I actually am, I'm coming back this year, I missed two years, you know, I was pregnant so I was really excited to walk this year ... I think it's November 8.''
The Namibian beauty will be joined at the lingerie showcase in New York City by a host of the world's beautiful models, including Taylor Hill, Elsa Hosk, Martha Hunt, Adriana Lima, Stella Maxwell, Lais Riberio, Sara Sampaio, Josephine Skiver, Romee Strijd, Candice Swanepoel and Jasmine Tookes.
This year's show will also see a host of newcomers including 24-year-old model Winnie Harlow, and the beauty took to Instagram last month to express how grateful she is to be confirmed for the upcoming event.
The 'America's Next Top Model' star posted a video where she visibly breaks down and cries with joy after hearing the news.
She wrote: ''I had a break down before i walked into the most nerve wrecking casting of my life. I asked my driver to go around the block twice before i could walk into the @VictoriasSecret offices so i could re coup, and remember (while my trainer @bodybymato reminded me on the phone through sobs - thank you lol) how hard I've been working! I went in and made new friends and saw old friends and it already felt like home! (sic)''
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