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Heidi Klum Secretly Married Tom Kaulitz in February and We Had No Idea

Surprise! Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz have actually been married for months. The supermodel and Tokio Hotel musician legally wed February 2019, TMZ reports, which is about two months after their December 2018 engagement. People confirmed that the duo obtained a confidential marriage certificate in California. The husband and wife have not yet publicly responded to the marital news.

The couple first struck up dating rumors in March 2018 before making their public debut as a couple in May that year in Cannes, according to People. Klum told Ellen DeGeneres that she first met Kaulitz in February 2018 at a friend’s party.

“It was to the point so bad when I couldn’t even look at him,” she said of her first impression of the rocker. “You know when you’re attracted to someone so badly you’re like, ‘Oh my gosh, I can’t even look at him.’

The model announced her engagement with a black and white photo on Instagram on December 24. “I SAID YES ❤️,” she captioned a photo of her ring and Kaulitz’s smiling face. Will she be sharing any wedding photos too?

Klum was previously married to the singer Seal, but they officially divorced in 2014. They share three children together: Henry, 14, Johan, 12, and Lou, 9. The former Project Runway host is also a mother to 15-year-old Leni, whom she had with ex Flavio Briatore.

Klum, 46, addressed judgements about her age difference with Kaulitz, 29, in an interview with InStyle last summer.

My boyfriend is many years younger than me, and lots of people are questioning that and asking about it,” she told the magazine. “That’s really the only time when age seems to be shoved in my face and I have to give an answer for it. I don’t really think about it that much otherwise. You have to just live a happy life without worrying too much about what people think because worrying is only going to give you more wrinkles.”

Congratulations to the happy couple!



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Amazon Unveils Judges, Title of Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s Fashion Competition Series


‘Making the Cut’ filmed its first challenge in Paris on Tuesday as Klum, Gunn and a star-studded judges panel began their search for the next global fashion icon.

Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday released its first look at Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s fashion competition series, titled Making the Cut. The show filmed its first challenge on Tuesday in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris as Klum, Gunn and a star-studded judges panel began their search for the next global fashion icon.

So far, announced judges and guest judges include supermodel Naomi Campbell, TV personality-turned-designer Nicole Richie, former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld and CFDA winner and Altuzarra creative director Joseph Altuzarra.

The series — executive produced by Sara Rea, Page Feldman, Klum, Gunn and Jennifer Love for SKR Productions — brings together 12 entrepreneurs and designers from around the world who are competing to take their fledging brands to the next level in becoming a fashion phenomenon. Looks from Making the Cut will be shoppable on Amazon, and the winner of the series will receive one million dollars to invest in their brand.

Last fall, Klum spoke with The Hollywood Reporter and teased details about the show in its early stages just one month after she and Gunn announced their departure from Project Runway. Klum hosted Project Runway for 16 seasons alongside Gunn, who served as a mentor to contestants.

I’m really trying to straddle the artistry of fashion design and the commerce part of it. When you’re online and you’re watching your favorite show, which is hopefully going to be ours, you’ll have the commerce aspect for the first time,” she told THR. “When you see a design that you actually love, you can buy it. It’s not only great for the consumer, but it’s also amazing for our designers. We never had that aspect where we could actually help the designers to really branch out into the real world like this on Project Runway.

Making the Cut is set to hit Amazon Prime Video in 2020.