Heidi Klum Dishes on the Possibility of Having Another Baby

The model opened up during a segment on ‘The Jennifer Hudson Show.’
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum.

Heidi Klum made a guest appearance on The Jennifer Hudson Show on Feb. 2, and the model and TV host talked about everything from red carpet fashion to Klum’s upcoming 50th birthday.

The two also played a game of “Heidi Klum: Ja or Ne,” in which Hudson asked a series of questions or posed various scenarios and Klum had to respond with “ja” (yes) or “ne” (no).

While Klum revealed that she would never jump out of a plane, would ski naked and is up for posing with a live spider (again), fans were most interested in Klum’s response to the question, “Would you ever have another baby?”

Klum flipped her “ja” and “ne” emblazoned paddle back and forth several times in response and shared that she goes back and forth depending on the day.

“I mean, it’s a lot. I’ve done it four times,” Klum said of pregnancy. “And then I breastfed eight months each time, and then I was pregnant again, three times in a row.”

The 49-year-old shares four children, aged 18, 17, 16 and 13, with her ex-husband, Seal.

“Now I waited a long time so maybe ja,” Klum shared as her final response with a smile as she held up her paddle.

Klum is married to Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz. The two tied the knot in 2019, just months after getting engaged.

The Americas Got Talent judge shared a cute selfie from the talk show’s set on Instagram, grinning cheek-to-cheek with Hudson.

“Today with the lovely @iamjhud ❤️,” Klum captioned the post she shared with her 10.5 million followers.

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