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Friday 1 August 2014

Klum to relax New Year's Eve

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum won't be partying during New Year's Eve.

The German supermodel and host of Project Runway is mother to Leni, eight, Henry, seven, Johan, six, and Lou, three.

Cosmopolitan entrepreneur Heidi is constantly on the go throughout the year and is enjoying her time off.

She would rather bring in 2013 with her family quietly at home.

"I'm excited to sit in front of the fireplace and drink hot cocoa and watch them play with their new toys," she told the American edition of OK! magazine.

"To be in the house and enjoy doing not much."

Heidi thinks her children will be fast asleep when the New Year rolls in.

The star has very little confidence in her brood's ability to stay up past their bedtime.

"So far, they have never managed to stay up that late, even if I wanted them to," she said.

"Usually around 9:00, that would already be really late for them. They go to bed usually at 7.

"I'll try! I mean, it's always nice if they would see a firework or something. I don't think they'll manage to stay up that late."

Heidi raises Seal's biological children Henry, Johan and Lou and the singer's adopted daughter Leni from Heidi's relationship with Flavio Briatore.

The model split from Seal in January 2011.

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