Heidi Klum has a new interview with Forbes Life, and in the interview, talks about her future, her family, and how lucky she is to have her career.
When talking about her career, she says, "I think it’s pretty glamorous to wear $10,000 gowns. I get paid to, like, frolic on beaches. I’ve eaten the most amazing meals, stayed in amazing hotels. I’ve seen the world because of this job. I’ve been so lucky, you know."
She also talks about her family and how much they mean to her, saying, "I’m okay with people speculating about my job but not my family. They said I left my children at home and went and lived at a hotel. I would never leave my children! It’s hard for me to balance work and family, just like it is for any parent." Klum also talks about her plans for the future, saying, “I want to be one of the biggest brands in children’s clothes."
Klum did open up about a few other topics during the interview – she touched on being poor when she was growing up and initially wanting to be a dancer, but realizing that she wasn’t good enough to have it as a career. She also spoke about struggling to make it as a model, but when she eventually did, people started seeing something in her – “They told me I had great boobs and curves and that I should start doing Victoria’s Secret. I nagged my booker until I got a call with them.” And the rest, as they say, is history.