Heidi Klum looks radiant in an animal print coat and sunglasses as she films scenes for Germany’s Next Topmodel in Berlin
Heidi Klum looked in good spirits as she returned to filming Germany’s Next Topmodel on Monday.
The supermodel, 47, looked radiant as ever as she filmed outside the Bode-Museum on Museum Island in Berlin.
Heidi cut a stylish figure for the outdoor shoot as she wrapped up in an animal print faux fur coat.
Host: Heidi Klum was back at work as she returned to filming Germany’s Next Topmodel on Monday
The star also sported black tights while she added height to her frame with thigh-high black boots.
Heidi let her platinum blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders for the day while she also sported a pair of sunglasses.
Chatting with members of the crew between takes, the former Victoria’s Secret Angel added to her look with a pair of gold earrings.
Heidi has been the host of Germany’s Next Topmodel since 2006 and she also serves as an executive producer for the reality series.
Filming: The supermodel, 47, looked radiant as ever as she filmed outside the Bode-Museum on Museum Island in Berlin
It comes after the model recently uploaded a sizzling video of herself and her husband Tom Kaulitz in the shower together as they sang Into The Unknown, from the film Frozen.
Heidi and Tom, 31, had been self-isolating together in Los Angeles, and even had their own coronavirus scare at the start of the pandemic.
The couple were tested for COVID-19 after experiencing symptoms, but fortunately the results came back negative.
In a recent interview with The Sun, Heidi said that being with the musician is like having a real partner for the first time in her life.