Nina Agdal Comments on Her Split From Adam Levine

Posing for Ocean Drive's lastest issue, Danish beauty Nina Agdal speaks on splitting from singer Adam Levine, who subsequently went on to propose to his ex-girlfriend at that time, Behati Prinsloo. Nina says that she was too young to understand love and believes that Adam and Behati have something special. She also believes girls worry too much about finding love and need to relax: 

"I am 21 years old, and I don't think anyone who is 21 knows what love is about yet. I think love just happens. It happened to [Adam and now fiance Behati Prinsloo] and I'm happy for them. I am not even worried about anything like that. If something is meant to be, then it will be. I feel like so many young girls have this idea of a relationship or marriage or love and [they] don't even know. We are 21 years old, okay? Go out, have a tequila, and stop worrying about it." 

 On pressure to lose weight: 

"There have been times when people have told me to lose weight or tone up certain areas. There is a difference between toning and losing weight. You shouldn't tell skinny girls to lose weight because it hurts. It hurts no matter who you are and how skinny you are or how big you are. If somebody tells you to lose weight, it is like a punch in the face." 

 Her personal style is relaxed: 

"Very casual and comfortable. Today I wore this Forever 21 T-shirt, an H&M sweater, Nike Air Max sneakers, and a Michael Kors bag. And Ray-Bans. I am really good at saving my money. I think that's important. I want, like, 100 kids, so I'm going to have to save a lot of money for that." 

She's ok with plastic surgery: 

 "If something is bothering and it's not going to completely destroy your face and looks like you have massive wind hitting you, then it's fine. If you've had kids and you want your boobs lifted a little bit, of course you should get them lifted. When you get older, if it makes you feel better, I'm totally for it."

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