Heidi Klum Says She'll Never Marry Again
Though Heidi Klum appears to be smitten with her bodyguard turned boyfriend Martin Kirsten, the "Project Runway" host doesn't plan to walk down the aisle anytime soon - or ever.
In the February issue of Marie Claire, Klum revealed that she doesn't want to marry again, even though she and her ex-husband Seal publicly renewed their wedding vows every year.
"I don't think so. No. No," Klum said. "I wanted to keep the memory of our wedding alive every year, that's why I thought it would be fun to get married over and over. But now I don't think it's that important. I'm not angry about anything, but I don't think I will. Maybe if I'm with someone for 15 or 20 years, and we do it in our old age as a fun thing to do … But I don't have the urgency anymore."
Klum, 39, filed for divorce from singer Seal last April. They have four children together, one from Klum's previous relationship with Italian businessman Flavio Briatore.
"People say, 'Oh, God, how devastating to go through a divorce. Did I wish for this to happen to my family? No. But everyone is healthy; we're moving on with our lives," Klum said. "If someone got [very sick], God forbid, that would be a real problem. It's not what I wanted - it's not what anyone wanted - but it's not a real problem."
The supermodel also opened up about her bedroom philosophy and getting "crazy" between the sheets.
"Some people are more experimental in bed and others are more boring," Klum said. "If you are wild and crazy, bring it on so the other person is well aware that you have little devil horns that come out every once in a while. It's good to make an effort to dress up sometimes, to do things outside of the norm."
And whether things work out with Kirsten or not, Klum has no interest in being a "cougar."
"I can understand why a woman finds a young man attractive, because the truth is that when men get older, their shape changes," she said. "Younger men train more, and when the clothes come off, it is nice to look at a sexy, ripped body. But I am realistic. I'm turning 40 next year; I don't think I could deal with waking up next to a 25-year-old."