Heidi Klum And Tom Kaulitz Sneak Off To Obtain Marriage Licence
According to a report from Us Magazine, Heidi Klum and her man, Tom Kaulitz, got married in a private ceremony earlier this week. The 46-year-old ex-host of Project Runway and the Tokio Hotel guitarist, 29, obtained their marriage license and did so in relative silence.
It was in December of last year when Heidi took to her social media account to post an image of her engagement ring, a caption in which she wrote, "I SAID YES," in all-caps. Before her relationship with Kaulitz, she was linked to the stylist, Ric Pipino, for five years, beginning in 1997 and ending in 2002.
Moreover, she was also in a relationship with Seal from 2005 until 2014. Kaulitz, on the other hand, filed for divorce from his former spouse Ria Sommerfield three years ago.
Klum has a 15-year-old daughter with her ex-boyfriend, Flavio Briatore, as well as a 13-year-old son named Henry, a 12-year-old named Johan, as well as a 9-year-old with Seal. During an interview with Us Magazine back in October of 2018, the model was asked whether her children liked her man and she said, "yeah, they do!"
Heidi, who used to host America's Got Talent , first started dating Kaultiz in February 2018, and she opened up about their wedding plans earlier in 2019. The star joked that they're both German, so the whole event will be very organized and on time - clearly referencing German stereotypes.
Moreover, Heidi said her children would be involved in the ceremony as well, and it's super easy because of her four kids. The star added, "I have bridesmaids, and what are they called? - groomsmen?" Klum, speaking on the size of the event, said it would just be a medium-sized affair.
As fans of Heidi know, she's arguably one of the most successful models of all-time, going on to start numerous ventures and cultivating some very long and lucrative relationships with some of the biggest brands in the game. Furthermore, her career as a reality television host has also added padded her bank account with extra zeros.