Heidi Klum Bares Butt, Soul for Page Six Magazine
Hey, how you doin', Heidi Klum?
And that's not all that she's sharing with the world. The Project Runway hottie spouts off on a number of subjects.
Such as fashion mummy Karl Lagerfeld's vicious attack on her earlier this year:
"I don't know why he said that. Maybe he wanted to be in the paper? Maybe he doesn't understand what I do? It's bizarre to me that he says he doesn't know who I am because he's dressed me in the past. I've worn Karl Lagerfeld. Not even Chanel—his line. Lagerfeld doesn't just send random things everywhere, so it was a big thing for me [to wear his label] to the CFDA Awards a few years ago. I don't know how he missed that, when he dressed me that time. But you know, it's cool. People can say whatever they want to say. You can't please everybody, and you can't live your life wanting to please everybody either."
And the difficulties of pregnancy:
"It's hard when you don't fit in your things anymore. The last month is unbelievable, how rapidly your stomach goes. It's huge. The thighs, the butt—everything explodes in the end. But it's bizarre. Just as it's a miracle that you can grow a human being in your belly, it's a miracle that your body goes back to normal again. I don't think you ever get back to exactly the way you were, but you do get close. And I'm happy with that. Especially when you see your kid for the first time."
And the pressure on models to be stick-thin:
"It's hard for the girls. How old are they? Fifteen, 16? Some girls are naturally thin and can eat whatever they want. When I was 15, 16, there was not one ounce of fat on me, but some other girls have to work hard to stay like that. But the rules are not made by the models. To be part of this, they have to be the size the designer wants them to be. I'm not that skinny, and I never was, but I can pretty much eat whatever I want."
Yes you can, Heidi. Yes, you can.
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