Heidi Klum Doesn't Want Her Kids to Model
Supermodel Heidi Klum, 44, isn't keen for her children Helene, Henry and Johan Lou to follow her into the fashion industry
Supermodel Heidi Klum says she doesn't want her children to become models. Klum, 44, isn't keen for her children Helene, Henry, and Johan Lou to follow her into the fashion industry, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Klum said, "I don't speak too loudly about it because I don't want them to get ideas! They need to be kids. Right now, my elder daughter is applying to high schools. She is so busy studying; the last thing I am going to say is, 'Hey, do you want to be a model?' "
"It's trendy right now,' she says, "Daughters of successful models becoming models themselves." One can't help but think of Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber, though Heidi is too diplomatic to point the finger. "But my kids are busy with their hobbies and tutors and tests."
She is quick to say that she is not anti-modelling. "Not at all! I still enjoy it, and it is so easy compared to the other things I do: you go to a shoot, you have a team doing your hair and make-up, you smile for the camera, you lie on the beach. What's hard about that?" Klum said.
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