Candice and Behati say no thanks to Victoria's Secret to focus on their little ones


They are two of lingerie giant Victoria Secret’s most popular models, but this year these two Angels have decided to sit out of the famous runway show so that they can focus on their newborn babies.

Candice Swanepoel (28) and her long term boyfriend Hermann Nicoli’s son Anacã was born on 5 October and Behati Prinsloo (27) and her singer husband Adam Levine’s daughter Dusty Rose was born on 21 September.
Read more: He’s smiling! Candice Swanepoel shares adorable first photo of baby boy
The underwear fashion show will be aired on 5 December on TV channel CBS and will be choc-a-block with models, famous musicians and celebrities just like in previous years. Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars are amongst the stars performing during the show. But at this stage Candice and Behati have eyes only for their little ones.

“Little lion man straight up chilling. He's definitely my son,” Candice wrote alongside a picture of her adorable son she posted to Instagram. Anacã is the Brazillian word for ‘bird’. She also shared a cute picture of her and her son wearing matching sneakers.


A photo posted by Candice Swanepoel (@angelcandices) on

The new mother also recently celebrated her birthday and Behati wished her with an Instagram post which read, “I love you so much, having you has a friend is everything. Soul sis.”

Read more: Adam and Behati’s baby girl looks just like her Namibian-born mom!
Although she’ll miss the show Behati is definitely looking runway ready after the birth of her baby. She looked incredibly sexy when she celebrated Halloween this week by dressing up as Julia Roberts character in the movie Pretty Woman.
“We are very excited. It’s a new chapter in our lives which we are looking forward to very much,” said Behati’s father, Boet Prinsloo, shortly before Dusty Rose’s birth. He and his wife, Magda, manage a guest house in Grootfontein in Namibia.
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