Heidi Klum poses nude
Supermodel Heidi Klum showed off her toned physique and sexy curves in a nude photoshoot for the May 2012 issue of Allure.
The alluring photos are proof that age and motherhood has not stopped the Project Runway host from staying fit and looking hot.
The 1.79m German stunner runs, and strength-trains to maintain her toned bikini body, and revealed that even with her smoking hot bod, she couldn’t get hired early on in her career.
"I never did fashion shows – not in Paris or Berlin or even in New York City. I tried but no one would book me."
She also shared that Project Runway judge Michael Kors rejected her after seeing her in his clothes when she was 20. He said, "Thanks, but no thanks."
"I was too curvy and too busty and a little too short, and I was a little bit self-conscious about it.
"But I was by no means heavy. I just—well, you have hips and boobs, and that's it,” Klum stated.
In haute couture, Klum explained “you don't really see girls with big boobs.”
“And I always wanted first to be a model, so I had to say, 'OK, you're going to find other things to do in this industry, or it's maybe not my industry.' "
Klum has since modelled for Victoria’s Secret and appeared in Sport Illustrated swimsuit issue. The super fit and confident beauty is also proud that she has never gone under the knife.
"I'm proud to be able to say, in this day and age, I haven't done anything," Klum tells the glossy. "Everyone has a view of what's not pretty and (plastic surgery) just doesn't look pretty to me."
For now, Klum is adjusting to her single life after splitting from husband, UK singer Seal, whom she married in 2005.
“I had dreams of how I wanted things to be and planned for things and, as we all know today, they don't always turn out as you dreamt them in your head," she said.
"Sometimes life throws you a curveball," she added, "and then you just figure it out and deal with it, but my dream always was that – to have the perfect family and have lots of children and a beautiful garden and trampolines and swings and things."
Published April 17, 2012