Heidi Klum: I’m like a hoarder

Heidi Klum has trouble getting rid of her belongings because she gets “attached” to them.

Heidi Klum has problems hoarding her belongings.

The 40-yer-old former supermodel has amassed a collection of clothes and can’t get rid of anything.

She told America’s OK! magazine she has trouble getting throwing things away because she becomes so attached to material possessions.

“I can’t get rid of anything! It’s terrible – I’m like a hoarder!” Heidi gushed.

“I get attached to things [like my gowns] and I do hold on to them. It’s the same with their baby clothes. I kept the receiving blankets, hats, little shoes.”

Heidi is mother to Leni, nine, Henry, seven, Johan, six, and three-year-old Lou.

She has also gone to extreme lengths to keep pieces of their childhood in tact.

“Two of my boys have big afros, and when I shaved them all down, I kept all the hair and I put it in a Ziploc bag,” Heidi revealed.

The television star reluctantly admitted she “can’t keep it all”.

She still does her best to hold on to what’s most important though. For now, she’s coping with where to put sentimental heirlooms because she’s paranoid they could vanish at any minute.

“I have bowls from my grandmother. They look very scuffed up,” Heidi explained. “I [hid] them in my bedroom drawer, because I was worried if they were in the kitchen that the housekeeper would throw them away.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013

Sunday, 14. July 2013