Adam Levine's future mother-in-law is hoping the singer and her daughter Behati Prinsloo will choose to wed in the model's native Namibia, so the bride's minister father can officiate the ceremony. The Maroon 5 frontman, 34, announced his engagement to the Victoria's Secret beauty, 24, earlier this month (Jul13) and although the couple has yet to start planning the nuptials, Behati's mum, Magda Prinsloo, would love to see them wed in Africa. She tells America's Star magazine, "(Behati's dad) Boet would be honoured to officiate - but wherever is best for both families." The catwalk star's parents are now busy organising a trip to Los Angeles to meet Levine and his family for the first time, but Magda admits they are already fond of the musician after he made the effort to ask for their daughter's hand in marriage before proposing. She says, "Adam called my husband, Boet, and I to talk with us before he asked Behati. We are very happy!" The stars began dating last year (May12), but split in March (13). They reunited shortly before the engagement announcement.