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Friday 26 December 2014

Klum opens up about Seal's comments

Heidi Klum says she isn't exactly best mates with her ex Seal right now
Heidi Klum says she isn't exactly best mates with her ex Seal right now

Heidi Klum has admitted she and her estranged husband Seal aren't "the greatest friends right now" following his comments after she was photographed looking cosy with her bodyguard.

The British singer sparked a frenzy on gossip sites after he spoke out about the snaps of the supermodel with Martin Kirsten, telling TMZ.com he "would of thought that Heidi would have shown a little more class and at least waited until we separated first before deciding to fornicate with the help, as it were".

He later clarified his comments, saying he was not implying the model had cheated on him while they were still married, and Heidi also stated that she had never been unfaithful.

But the 39-year-old beauty has now revealed that the pair are not the best of friends after Seal's words, reported Usmagazine.com.

Heidi told Katie Couric on her TV show, Katie: "I don't know if we're the greatest friends right now, especially because of the things that he said."

But she added: "I just saw him, on Sunday. We were talking and we're in an OK place."

The catwalk queen continued: "It's a work in progress. You have to take it one day at a time.

"It's hard especially when you are in the public eye too. People are always looking at you closely and at everything you do. And they also don't always see exactly how it really is."

Heidi and Seal - who have four children together, including Heidi's daughter from a previous relationship - split in January.

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It feels like friends are few and far between. If you're not getting the help you need, ask why. It may be because you have been so preoccupied with work. Skipping special occasions and failing to return phone calls causes resentment. You have to be more engaged to sustain loving bonds. Call someone you've missed. It may take a few tries, but it's worth the effort. Be forthright about why you have been out of touch. Communication is the cornerstone of every healthy relationship.More