Behati Prinsloo shared a rare image of her two children, Dusty Rose, 2, and Gio, 1. The model, who’s married to Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, shared an image of herself in a typical mom moment — she is holding Gio with one hand while Dusty Rose hugs her leg.
She captioned the picture, “Here’s to the sleepless nights, bleeding nipples, crying, laughing, the highest of highs and lowest of lows and everything in between. I won’t change a single thing. Being mom to Dusty and Gio keeps me strong, motivated and empowered.”
The couple rarely shares pictures of their children on their social media accounts, but Behati was inspired to do so as part of Kate Upton’s #ShareStrong campaign. Upton launched the campaign on Thursday to spread positivity and empower women. That said, it isn’t exactly the first photo we’ve seen of Prinsloo and Levine’s girls. She recently shared a snap in honor of Father’s Day that featured them:
Of the #ShareStrong campaign, Upton said, “I want to open the conversation and give all people a platform to talk about all the struggles and strengths we experience. That’s why I created #ShareStrong — a space where we all can be part of the conversation, empower one another, and radiate positivity.”
To launch the campaign, she shared a video of herself playing with 8-month-old Genevieve.
“I’m strong for my daughter, I want her to feel comfortable to radiate strength, power and confidence,” Upton wrote. “I realize that starts with me. Now I encourage you to join the conversation and share why you’re strong. #ShareStrong.”
In addition to Behati, other celebrities have begun sharing their #ShareStrong moments, including Teri Hatcher and Jessica Biel, who shared a makeup-free selfie.
What do you think of the #ShareStrong campaign? Sound off in the comments!
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