Heidi Klum would have married her fiance, Tom Kaulitz, the day they met

Heidi Klum has a new interview with Closer Magazine [via Daily Mail] in which she talks about her fiance, 29 year-old Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz. They have a date for their wedding and while it’s not specified I’m assuming it’s this year. Heidi says that her kids love Tom and are excited for them to get married, which is nice I guess. That’s important in a relationship. She also claims she would have married Tom the day they met, which is ridiculous.

Speaking to Closer magazine on Tuesday, [Heidi] gushed: ‘The kids adore Tom. They can’t wait for the wedding! They’ll be very involved in it all.’

Going on to discuss their engagement, ten months into their romance, she said: ‘We met in February 2018 – and honestly I would have married him that day, probably!

‘I was surprised when he asked, but I was kind of thinking it was going to go that way because we just clicked.’

[Heidi] said she and her fiancé have set a date for the wedding, but have their work cut out for them as they’ve been too busy with their work to plan anything.

Heidi met Tom on set of Germany’s Next Top Model, and Tom popped the question on December 24 with a dark-stone engagement ring.

[From The Daily Mail]

Maybe I’m just too practical a person but even after I have been with someone for years there’s no way I would say or think “oh I would have married them the day I met them.” That’s just f’ing stupid. I remember the first date I had with men I was with for years and they all went well, but so did first dates with dudes I ended up breaking up with after a few months. You just don’t know the first few times you meet someone or even in the first few months. You have to get to know them in different circumstances. You can’t tell if someone is reliable the first time you meet them, not to mention trustworthy and sane. Heidi is wacky, she’s in love with being in love and she dates these younger men who worship her and make her feel young. At least she hasn’t messed with her face I’ll give her that. Injectables and plastic surgery are not as common in Germany though.


I know Heidi is dressed like a muppet but she was at a fashion show so she has an excuse this time.



photos credit: WENN

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  1. Lauren says:

    I thought my husband was weird and a little creepy when I first met him. I’m glad I got to know him, but I definitely would never have expected to marry him that first day.

  2. mint says:

    She definitely had some work done and procedures are as common here in germany as everywhere else, plus she lives in LA/ NYC

    • detta says:

      With all due respect I, in parts, disagree. Amongst the general public beauty surgery is not ‘common’ in Germany. Is it done, yes, of course, now more than 30 years ago. And if and how much is done probably varies depending on the circles you run in, and it happens more among the celebrity part of the population for sure. Probably Botox is used a lot. But stuff like fillers, full on plastic surgery, it is not as rampant as in other countries. Throughout all of my life (50 plus) I have not known one person who had soft or hard beauty surgery, neither in my personal space nor in my job nor in people I only shortly/fleetingly knew.

      In my job I see a lot of high res photography of celebs, and German ones in many cases have wrinkles and they still look like themselves at the age of 50 or 60 (same goes for the British, by the way). Faces are nowhere near the tempered level of the US. Maybe some of the work done in Europe is better, but also probably because it is LESS. We really need to say goodbye to this notion that perfect beauty can be sustained with perfect measures/surgery. We age, we change, naturally. We temper with faces to prevent age to show; from one point it still starts to show, but not in a good way.

      Heidi Klum is another matter of course. She lives and works in the US and she earns her money by promoting beauty (or what is perceived us such by many) and of course she had work done. But she hasn’t gone overboard with it and still looks like herself, I give her that.

      • mint says:

        Guess we have different personal experiences. I am in my 30s. I knew girls at University who had nose jobs (not for medical reasons), I know mothers who had the “mummy makeover”, I know people who had Botox, fillers, injections etc.
        When people say plastic surgery or procedures, everyone thinks Kardashians or some real Housewive but these are examples for bad plastic surgery/ procedures. The best ones, are those you cant see! In general I think germans are more understated so you dont see the Kylie Jenner Lips or Pam Anderson boobs in “normal” people so much. So maybe the use of plastic surgery / procedures is not as obvious. But all those, who are hailed as “aging gracefully” do stuff.

      • detta says:

        You are probably right regarding a) young people in their 20s/30s doing more tinkering than they did, generally, in my generation and b) the “aging gracefully” is not necessarily always natural, in many/most cases there is some tweaking at least.
        As I said I am sure celebs here do that, however, on a much smaller – i.e. less obvious – level. Therefore I am not sure if ‘better’ is the word, I think it is a matter of quantity at least as much as quality. Too much is just too much, the best skilled beauty surgeons in the world will face limitations. Even the best work will make your face look strange from a certain point on.

      • mint says:

        Look, I am only disputing the sentence, that plastic surgery is not common in Germany. Its just not true. I follow a plastic surgeon on Instagram. He is doing 3 surgeries a day. Botox, Lasers etc not included. He has a 3-4 month waiting period for consultations. So business seems to be going strong and he only showcases regular people. People do use the help of surgeons. They just do not admit it, talk about it, overdo it. But just because its not on a Kardashian Level obvious, does not mean it doesnt happen

      • Dali says:

        There is no single dermatologist here in germany who doesn’t offer botox, fillers etc. Its getting more and more. It’s very lucrative for them. I have pals who are from croatia, serbia or turkey, they go to belgrade, istanbul or zagreb for injections because it’s cheaper. It is a trend in Europe. Men go to istanbul for hair implants because they say in turkey they are the best. Even a famous football(soccer) trainer went there (jürgen klopp) for his hair implants.

      • detta says:

        Well, Germany has a population of over 80 million, so I suppose the question is what is the definition of “common” is in the context of numbers. Surely there are many who do use the help of botox, surgery etc., but “common” to me would be something people do on a regular and normal basis, like maybe seeing a dentist, and we are really not quite there (yet) with beauty surgery (unless maybe in celebrity, fashion circles etc.).
        Also there are easily several weeks of waiting for appointments at other specialised doctor’s offices, unless you are an emergency case: waiting for a consultation at an eye or orthopaedic specialist or an appointment for something like a fifteen minute gastroscopy can easily take 2 or 3 months or more. And in the case of a beauty surgeon on instagram it should also be taken into account that he would want to give the impression that he is super busy all the time. I mean, of course he will appear to be very much in demand (not saying this guy isn’t, he might be very good at his job), but you know… it is self marketing tool.

  3. Ari says:

    Plastic surgery is common in Germany it’s just done better. I love him and his brother and they are an odd match – I was completely surprised but ce la vie lol

  4. Belle Epoch says:

    I like Heidi because she’s cheerful. Her taste in men is almost as unaccountable as her clothes.

  5. Lucy says:

    I still can’t believe Tom Kaulitz is getting married to someone. My 14 year-old self would probably be deep in denial about this! Lol.

    • Yrsa says:

      I hope you’re sitting down for this: he’s been married before, to Rita (I think that’s her name) (hardly anyone knew until the news of the divorce got out)

  6. Lala11_7 says:

    Eh….I would have married mines the first day I met him…20 years later I can still read the journal entry from that day to prove it….

    • Nona says:

      I love this. That’s all, nothing else, just … I love this.

    • Chanteloup says:

      i love this – Lucky you!

    • Sojaschnitzel says:

      Same here. I knew on the very first day. Got engaged a month later and then went on to have 9 beautiful years. No regrets.

    • Mash says:

      my fiance in a test of sort asked me to marry him in 3 months end….i was like emphatically YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

      then i openned the ring box and was like whattttt (soulja boi Breakfast club interview ::voice::) your class ring?!?!?!…silly man and we laughed so hard. He’s like you really like me…and i was like im kinda falling for you.

      then 3 months later at the 6mo mark we got engaged…I’ve def loved him the 1st day i met him.

  7. Barrett says:

    She’s nuts in a predictable consistent way! That’s all I got.

  8. Rhys says:

    What I think is strange is that in this day and age someone still wants to officially marry, and so it for the Nth time at that. If you want to start a family or get married for the first time, have a nice wedding, that I understand. Otherwise, what is the point?

    • Monicack says:

      For many people a marriage has emotional, legal, social and spiritual outcomes that strongly appeal to them. And for many people weddings, no matter how many they have had, are a way to celebrate something momentous with their friends and family.
      Not a strange concept, right?

      • Rhys says:

        You can always have a nice wedding, a party, a gathering, a special event. It’s the legal side of it that I don’t see why anyone would want to get entangled in, unless they have to.

    • MCV says:

      People want a wedding not marriage.

      • Rhys says:

        I feel the same way, especially about celebrities wedding. Unless they are doing it for the first time and/or to start a family, it feels like an odd choice to get married officially given how complicated legal marriage makes things for people like them.

    • Kendra says:

      To me the question is why not marry? It’s not like you can’t ge divorced if something goes terribly wrong. But with marriage you get the legal security for yourself and children, the knowledge you are on the same page on the relationship and that you are there for old age and in any trouble you all try to work them out and are committedc publically you are a couple which makes kids more secure, cheating harder and more practical in everyday life. And there are aspects of religious blessing and the change to have a wedding seremony as well. Not marrying is just if you are really afraid it won’t work out or don’t really understand the legal system regarding all the benefits and how you should handle finances and set everything up before marriage in case there is a divorce.

    • QueenB says:

      You are underestimating how conservative the majority of people are. Not getting married is rare around the world.
      Also consider that marriage is very connected to religion and the absolute majority of people worldwide are religious.

      • Rhys says:

        I doubt Heidi is that religious. It’s obvious that in communities where religion is paramount marriage is the only right decision.

    • Lena says:

      Your significant other can visit you in hospital, make decisions if you can’t, will be able to inherit your money- why do you think the gay community worked so hard to achieve this? It’s because so many of them had seen how they or friends of them weren’t able to see the love of their lives in hospital, had to see how the wishes of their loved one were ignored by parents or other relatives they hadn’t been close to but were legally still their closest family and might not even have been allowed to go to the funeral, were kicked out of their home, because legally it didn’t belong to them and so on. Sure, you can prevent some of those things by going to a lawyer and drawing up papers, but not all of it is easy. depending on where you live, a really big share of your money might have to go to your blood relatives, leaving less for your loved one for example. That’s not just for gay couples, the longtime female partner of stieg Larsson, who wrote the famous girl with the dragon tattoo book didn’t inherit a penny because they weren’t married because he wanted to protect her (he was a journalist who wrote a lot about things like neo-fascists and feared retaliation). Instead the money went to his father and brother with whom he hadn’t had a real relationship in decades. So marrying is the easiest way to make sure that the person you are closest to is legally recognised as your closest family with all that brings with it.

      • mint says:

        But you can set up a will and a living will.

      • ElleKaye says:

        You can set up a will, but it doesn’t mean it cannot be contested. That takes money. The easiest way would be to set up a trust and to name the person as your beneficiary.

        That being said, if people want to get married, it is up to them. It isn’t for everyone, just as having children or any number of things. Why should anyone care what we do in our personal lives? That seems archaic and intrusive to me.

      • Zip says:

        @mint: There are a lot of legal and financial issues you will have as an un-wed partner in case something happens. Lena is correct in everything she pointed out. My husband and I also set up a will before we got married but there is so much more that can’t be covered by it, i.e. the benefits from his employer that enable me to keep home we bought together because I alone would not be able pay the mortgage, or widow’s pension from the state.
        Here’s a “romantic” story: My grandmother did not want to marry her partner of 20 years. When he died of a heart attack she was left with nothing, financially. If they were married she would have gotten a widow’s pension. She missed out on that. Furthermore, all his money went to his (!) grandkids who were not interested in their grandpa before but looked all sad at the funeral. Grandma was left with a house that was not worth anything but still needed to be paid off and a lot of animals to take care of. She got very sick, had to leave all of it behind and moved in with my parents.
        So yeah, you don’t need to have a lavish weeding (we didn’t have one either, only 10 guests) but if you care about your partner or at least yourself, marriage should be an option if you want to be with the person for the rest of your life and share kids, pets or property with him/her and not leave him/her to their own fate in case something happens to you.

      • Julia says:

        Yeah, I have a relative whose long-term (like, decades-long) partner died. He had left a clear will, and designated her as his heir. But she won’t get his social security benefits, and after his death some random relatives from South America contacted her, demanding his share of their house. She was able to successfully contest that, but it did require hiring a lawyer. So for all the people who say “marriage is just a piece of paper…” yeah, it is. But if you don’t want it, you better replace it with about a million OTHER pieces of paper that do basically the same thing.

  9. Snappyfish says:

    I like Heidi but I think she is extremely thirsty

  10. Kit says:

    He’s already been married before, right? And I don’t understand getting married for the Nth time either tbh!

  11. Karen2 says:

    Marrying someone does not prevent them from cheating nor does it deter groupies. lol.

  12. Lady Keller says:

    Skinny Jason Momoa!

  13. elimaeby says:

    I am about Tom’s age, and I’m going to be a little rude: he’s aged horribly. He went from cute young kid/young adult to creepy uncle in short order. I was jealous when I first heard Heidi was engaged to him. These pictures kind of changed my tune.

  14. Natasha says:

    I can’t believe I watched this Tokio Hotel guy grow up to marry Heidi Klum lol what is he even doing? They haven’t put out a good song or CD in like a decade. He needs to hurry and marry her, lock that bank account down!