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17 July 2012, 08:21
The 'Payphone' star says he definitely wants children but not for several years yet.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine says he is in no rush to settle down and start a family, and doesn't feel he would make a particularly good parent at this stage of his life.
The 'Moves Like Jagger' singer joked that he still feels like a baby in some ways himself, but definitely wants to have children at some point in the future.
"I think I've got a few years before a family happens, if I'm honest," Adam told The Sun this week. "It's going to happen, inevitably.
"I love kids and I want a family but I wouldn't be able to be a very good father right now so I'm going to wait until I can be," the 33 year-old pop singer explained. "I'll slow it down when I have a family.
"I'm 33 but I'm still a baby in a lot of ways, the way that I act especially," Adam added.
Check out a picture of Maroon 5 on the film set of Can A Song Save Your Life? this week with English actress Keira Knightley below (Credit: Wenn):
Adam recently went public with his relationship with Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo last month, and was pictured enjoying a weekend in New York with her earlier this month.
'One More Night' five-piece Maroon 5 launched their latest album 'Overexposed' in June and have already confirmed plans to start working on a new record in the coming months.