Heidi Klum breaks into a sweat as she stocks up on low-calorie booze with daughter Leni and husband Tom… after canceling Halloween bash
Heidi Klum was wearing a scarlet sweater when she stepped outside a Los Angeles grocery store on Wednesday.
The 48-year-old German model kept her mask on as she pushed her full shopping cart through a parking lot. Letting go of her signature blonde hair, she paired the ensemble with matching shoes and a black crossbody handbag.
The cover girl was also with her daughter Leni, 17, as well as her husband of two years, Tom Kaulitz, 32, from the band Tokio Hotel.
There she goes: Heidi Klum bundled up in a set of scarlet sweats as she stepped outside a Los Angeles grocery store on Wednesday
Her basket showed low-calorie Waterloo sparkling water with a hint of fruit flavor.
Her latest sighting comes a few days after she announced she was canceling her annual Halloween party for the second year due to fears of the coronavirus.
“With everything going on in the world right now, I feel like it’s too early to feel good about throwing a party. So I won’t do that again this year,” she tells TooFab.
“Like last year, I find it insensitive of me to do that. I don’t want anyone to get hurt because we’re having fun on my dime, so I don’t want to do that.”
Loading: The 48-year-old German model kept her mask on as she pushed her full shopping cart through a parking lot
The look: She let go of her signature blonde hair and paired the ensemble with matching shoes and a black crossbody handbag
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After having an affair with her kids at home last year dressed as toilet paper mummies, she’s also planning a costume this year.
Over the decades, her star-studded Halloween party had become a social media sensation, mostly because of her own elaborate costumes.
For Halloween in 2019, she documented the nearly 10-hour process of putting on her prosthetic alien costume prior to her party.
Not Happening: This week she announced she was canceling her annual Halloween party; she is pictured dressed as Jessica Rabbit for the 2015 party
Ogres have layers: For her 2018 Halloween party, Heidi dressed up as the ogre version of Cameron Diaz’s character Princess Fiona from Shrek
When it comes to this year: “I actually want to sit out another year, but I’m sure, I’m already doing something, because I’m also a creative person, and that’s what I live for, that’s why I get up every morning because I love it.’
She said, ‘I like to do it to myself. I love seeing great artists do crazy things, so I’m definitely doing something because I just have to, for myself, you know?’
Her previous costumes have included Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Princess Fiona from Shrek and the title character from Teen Wolf.
Making a splash: Her costumes from the past feature Teen Wolf’s title character, who she’s depicted dressed as at the 2017 party