Heidi Klum became a guest on the Call her Daddy podcast and talked about her sex life, her habit of topless sunbathing, and her attitude towards the “cancellation” of the Victoria's Secret show in the wake of body positivity.
The 50-year-old supermodel, who is often caught topless or completely naked on the beaches by the paparazzi, admitted that she loves to sunbathe without clothes and at home. This sometimes leads to awkward situations, such as when her children bring guests home.
“I’m sunbathing topless in my garden. And they come like: “You know, my friend is coming to see me, put on a top.” And I’m like: “I’m delighted when your friends come.” Of course I will,” she says.
Heidi's daughter Leni Klum confirmed her words. "I've had birthday parties at home. Or my friends come over, like my boyfriend. And she's sunbathing topless by the pool. I was so embarrassed and scared because usually in my friends' families I never see my moms friends were sunbathing naked in the pool. But I thought it was normal. And my friends were always distant, but in our family it was normal."
She also spoke about her sexual preferences. According to Heidi, she does not have any specific type regarding men. "Look at my exes, I don't have a type. I dated someone bald, very old, long haired and thin. Their personalities were also very different. At the end of the day, you want someone you feel comfortable with. The one who makes you feel great and understands you." Heidi Klum is now married to musician Tom Kaulitz, who is 16 years younger than her.
Klum admitted that she can “have sex for hours,” adding that it’s much easier for women in this regard than for men, since they can rarely endure long sex. The supermodel also noted unusual places for having sex - according to her, most of all she likes to do it on an airplane and in water, and mainly in sea water.
As for arousal, for this, according to her, it is enough for her to “just look at her husband.”
She also does not refuse sex toys: her daughter Leni said that she once found her mother’s entire “sex closet” with different devices. As Leni said, it was cool, but her mom got really angry with her for it.
In the podcast, Heidi also mentioned the legendary Victoria's Secret shows in which he took part. The brand changed its concept in the wake of body positivity, and although many criticized it, Heidi herself spoke approvingly. However, on the podcast, she said it was fun and criticized a certain colleague who said she was awkward on the runway. "It was a really important time in my life. I always liked wearing big wings. It was fun... In the documentary, I saw someone I was friends with during those years say that she felt very uncomfortable. I wanted to ask "Then why did you do it? It's so strange."