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Wednesday 22 October 2014

Heidi Klum: Kids must look cool

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum insists the number one rule for her children is to "always look cool" before leaving the house.

The stunning supermodel has four kids; Leni, eight, Henry six, Johan, five-and-a-half and two-and-a-half-year-old Lou.

Heidi has joked that her family treat looking trendy as a serious business.

"We have a rule in the house," she said recently, according to People. "Rule No. 1 is always to look cool, and rule No. 2 is don't forget about rule No. 1. We have other rules... but the No. 1 rule is to always look cool."

Heidi added that her two eldest take the rule "very seriously". The 39-year-old star says son Henry likes to experiment with his look throughout the day.

"Henry changes clothes ten times a day and he wants to be very cool. I mean, he would wear a T-shirt and then he will wear a tie just around his neck, knotted, and then a belt over the shirt," she explained.

"He [has] very unusual ways of dressing where I'm like, 'Really? You want to put the belt over your T-shirt and the tie around your neck?' And he's like, 'Yes, mom. I'm cool.'"

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