New name, new baby, and Victoria's Secret just keeps sending her fancy knickers.
Heidi Klum made a major move to unify her family a week or so ago when she changed her last name to Samuel, which is the surname of her husband of four years, musician Seal. And along with her adorable new baby daughter, Lou, and the end of this truly tragic season of Project Runway, Heidi is living the life, man.
The Samuel family now includes Heidi's daughter with disgraced Italian Formula One manager Flavio Briatore, Leni, as well as her children with Seal, sons Henry and Johan and daughter Lou. Seal has said he plans to adopt Leni, who's five and a half, this year. Why Four Is Enough (Kids, That Is) For Heidi Klum
Heidi is a major part of tonight’s Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which she taped two weeks ago, just over a month after giving birth to Lou. She's done this before—Heidi, in fact, has a staggeringly crazy track record of giving birth in the fall and then appearing in public in her unmentionables just weeks later, looking hotter than 99.9% of the people of the planet ever have in their lives. Which makes us think she's not actually German, but some kind of alien, or maybe a Living Doll capable of snapping back to her pre-pregnancy figure in a matter of weeks. It's scary, actually.
The fashion show hit a couple of bumps in the road this year, with no fewer than four Victoria's Secret Angels pregnant or welcoming babies this year. Adriana Lima and her NBA player husband, Marko Jaric, greeted their first child in November, and models Gisele Bundchen and Karolina Kurkova are also expecting.
We can't help but think this is some sort of conspiracy on the parts of the younger models to edge the veteran Angels out of the way. This year's show will feature Orlando Bloom's ladyfriend, Miranda Kerr, as well as Marisa Miller, Behati Prinsloo, and Doutzen Kroes, and we just have this sneaking suspicion that all four of them teamed up to replace the other Angels' birth control pills with Tic-Tacs.
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