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Heidi Klum posts baby picture of herself being breastfed to mark 51st birthday… as she celebrates with her children and husband Tom Kaulitz, 34



Heidi Klum celebrated her 51st birthday in style on social media, posting a heartwarming throwback to her Instagram page.

Her photo showed little Heidi as a child in 1970s West Germany, being breastfed by her lookalike mother Erna Klum.

For background music, Heidi chose Stevie Wonder’s 1976 song Isn’t She Lovely, which he wrote in honor of the birth of his own daughter Aisha Morris.

She also revealed on Instagram that day that she was treated to a family picnic for her big day, surrounded by festive pink balloons, including two that read ’51’.

The world-famous model was joined by her husband Tom Kaulitz, 34, as well as her children Leni, 20, Henry, 18, Johan, 17, and Lou, 14.

Heidi Klum celebrated her 51st birthday in style on social media, posting a heartwarming throwback of herself being breastfed by her mother Erna Klum.
Heidi and Erna in photo

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Heidi had her three youngest children with ex-husband Seal, who also adopted Leni, the product of Heidi’s alliance with Italian businessman Flavio Briatore.

Posting a sweet photo of her loved ones gathered around the table for her outdoor birthday lunch, Heidi wrote: “Everything I could have wanted.”

She also uploaded a happy photo of her and Tom, the guitarist for German band Tokio Hotel, sharing a romantic kiss while toasting each other.

Heidi also received tributes on social media from her famous friends, including Paris Hilton, who posted an Insta Stories snap of the two dancing.

Sofia Vergara, who is Heidi’s fellow judge on America’s Got Talent and also a close friend, effusively expressed her affection for the birthday girl on Instagram.

‘Feliz cumpleaños to the funniest and most beautiful girl in the world!!!!’ the Modern Family bombshell wrote, alongside a photo of herself kissing Heidi’s shoulder on America’s Got Talent. ‘I love @heidiklum so much.’

Heidi approaches aging with good humor and recently joked: “The good thing is that my eyesight is getting worse and I can’t see everything as clearly anymore.”

More sincerely, she explains how she deals with aging: “I accept it, there’s nothing you can do about it anyway. Why think about it too much? It’s like that.’

The world-famous model was joined by her husband Tom Kaulitz, 34, as well as her children Leni, 20, Henry, 18, Johan, 17, and Lou, 14.
She also uploaded a happy photo of her and Tom, the guitarist for German band Tokio Hotel, sharing a romantic kiss while toasting each other.
Heidi also received tributes on social media from her famous friends, including Paris Hilton, who posted an Insta Stories photo of the two of them dancing.
Sofia Vergara, who is Heidi’s fellow judge on America’s Got Talent and also a close friend, effusively expressed her affection for the birthday girl on Instagram.

Heidi’s age has received particular attention because her husband, who like her is from Germany, is a quarter of a century younger than her.

“I’m 50 and over 20. I’m not a young girl who hasn’t experienced anything yet or who has no idea about life,” she admitted to Glamor UK last year.

“Time won’t stop for me and Tom will never catch up with me. I will always be 16 years older, and I know that,” Heidi continued.

“I know I’ll look older than him sooner. Maybe it will be a problem for me in ten years, maybe he won’t like it then,” she reflects.

“In 20 years I will be 70. Usually I plan for the future, but with my husband I live here and now,” explained the Teutonic blonde.

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