Heidi Klum has a good thing going for her. She dresses the part of a fashionable model and she participates in many other activities like cooking as well. She looked sexy while hosting Project Runway.
The Project Runway fashion show took place in NYC. The host, Heidi Klum was there and bedazzled everyone with her pink mini dress. And believe it or not she is 41 years of age.
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By her side were Emmy Rossum, Nina Garcia and Zac Posen. Her bejeweled high heel shoes and earrings also shone with brilliance. Emmy meanwhile wore a white blouse and dark skirt.
As for Nina, she showed lots of décolletage. Finally, Zac wore a suit and tie for the occasion. The show is well into its 13th season. Later on all the judges and members took to social online media to comment on the situation.
Heidi Klum is a very well-known supermodel and she sure knows how to handle her swaying hips and lovely looks on the ramp or catwalk.
Meanwhile, she is as good a cook in the kitchen as she is a model on the runway. All four of her children help mama out in the baking and broiling and roasting and boiling.
According to Heidi, her kids help her in everything from barbecuing to cutting the vegetables. They even do the dishes. Heidi considers cooking a very valuable talent that ought to be taught to today’s generation.
“[My kids] cook everything with me. They barbecue with me, they chop with me. The little one washes,” Klum said in a recent interview.
“Everyone has their part to do, because I think it’s important they see how food is made, how a dish is made. A lot of younger people nowadays don’t know how to cook. No one taught them. So I think it’s important to teach that to them.”
It is a vital skill and one that comes in handy later on in life. Her four kids are from her ex-husband Seal. Klum also believes in charity. She has told her kids to donate their used toys and excess stuff to the poor.
“My son Henry carved his name into the dining room table,” the 41-year-old model said.
“I said, ‘What’s your favorite sports car?’ He said, ‘A Ferrari.’ So I said, ‘Well, imagine you had a Ferrari and I took a knife and wrote Heidi all over the hood.’ I’m like, ‘Think of all the pieces of furniture in the house as little Ferraris, OK?’ He got it.”
The charity group Heidi gives to was also a favorite donation center for the late Joan Rivers. It’s obvious that many of those in society who earn millions of dollars feel guilt over having so much while many go hungry on the streets.
So they donate to charities and do humanitarian work. Also philanthropy than becomes a way of life. By the trickle-down effect, the large amounts of money concentrated at the top finds its way to the bottom dregs of society.