Heidi Klum Says Kids Aren’t Shocked by Her Instagram: 'They’ve Seen Me Sunbathing Topless at Home'
Heidi Klum is one hot mama. “Extra's” Renee Bargh was with the TV personality and fashion designer as she launched her new intimates line, and the 44-year-old opened up about her life.
Klum revealed she feels the sexiest right now after her 10-day family vacation in St. Barts. “Because I came back from vacation and I still have my tan… turn around from every angle, everything is nice and brown. I feel like a marshmallow that's just been roasted.”
The mom of four posted lots of bikini pix on social media from the trip, saying her children don't mind that she is so open with her fans. “They know I worked in the lingerie industry for a long time.” She added, smiling, “They've seen me sunbathing topless at home. Obviously not when their friends are coming over… So, yeah, they're not like, 'Oh, my God! What are you posting?!'”
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The super fit supermodel also admitted she doesn't have a consistent workout regimen. “So whenever I can, I do, and when I can't, I can't. I don't beat myself over it… I'll go in the attic where I have my little treadmill… You don't need a trainer, you can really do things yourself.”
Klum treats herself. “I eat what I want to eat, but not all the time,” she said. "I don't eat burgers and pizza and chocolate all the time, but I do eat it!” Treating us all to her new lingerie line, a passion project for her, she told Renee, “I love all the colors, all the beautiful laces.”
She even has pieces that can be personalized, admitting she doesn't just put her name on her own! “No, no, no — I had a few naughty things.” The always cheeky “AGT” host is also gearing up for the new season of her other show, “Project Runway,” saying there will be a new challenge! “We have models of all sizes, which is something for all the seasons we have never done… A lot of the designers were not happy about that. If you want to be a good designer, you need to be able to design for everyone.”