Prinsloo, 25, has a "definite" plan to have kids with the 35-year-old The Voice coach, Peoplereported.
However, Prinsloo reportedly explained she's just going with the flow and isn't setting a timeline for events in her life.
"I have no expectations," the model told Net-a-Porter, according to People. "Not in a bad way, but I've learned that you can't plan ahead. I live day by day and see what happens."
Prinsloo also offered a little insight into her career and how she came to be in the modeling industry.
"I was tall, skinny and awkward," she reportedly recalled. "Growing up, I'd look at magazines and think, 'These pretty girls are actually doctors, right?' I didn't even know about Kate Moss."
Prinsloo apparently got her big break at age 16 when a photographer asked her to model while she was visiting Cape Town. The meeting resulted in a three-month stay in South Africa, where she lived with six other models.
"It was the best time," Prinsloo noted. "I can't believe my parents let me do it, because my dad is strict. But later he told me, 'I let you go because it was a chance to see the world. We [couldn't] give you the opportunity to travel; you [had to] experience life outside.'"
Prinsloo and Levine tied the knot earlier this month in Los Cabos, Mexico. The couple reportedly planned to start a family immediately after exchanging vows.
"Adam and Behati want to have a baby right away," an insider told OK! Weekly, adding that the pair had tried to conceive during their honeymoon in South Africa.
"The main focus will be trying for a baby, which Adam is thrilled about! And Behati is dying to be a mom!"
Levine and Prinsloo met in May 2012 and reunited after a brief split in early 2013. They got engaged in July of that year.