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Heidi Klum and Her Gorgeous Mom Look Exactly Alike in New Vacation Videos
The America's Got Talent Judge is the spitting image of her mother, Erna.
In mid-August, America's Got Talent Judge Heidi Klum shared two clips to Instagram of herself spending time with her mom, Erna, on vacation. The first video shows Erna smiling while sitting on a boat. The wind blows through her hair as she wears sunglasses and a comfy-looking white shawl.
"MOM," Klum lovingly captioned the post.
In the next clip, Klum sits side by side with Erna, and the resemblance between them is uncanny. Fittingly, "I Got It From My Mama" by will.i.am plays over the post.
Heidi Klum's mom, Erna Klum
This February for Erna' birthday, Klum posted some sentimental snapshots to Instagram as a heartwarming shoutout. The first picture was a vintage black-and-white throwback of Erna cradling Klum as a baby. Then, we got an updated, modern version of the mother-daughter duo posing together side by side. How sweet!
“Happy Birthday Mama I LOVE YOU,” she captioned the post, followed by a bunch of heart emojis. See the photo here.
We caught another glimpse of Erna in June, this time with her 19-year-old granddaughter, Leni Klum. In the picture posted to Klum's official Instagram page, Leni's posed in between her mom and grandma; Klum holds up the camera as Erna gives a happy grin. See the photo here.
Heidi Kulm's 19-year-old daughter, Leni
Leni Klum recently moved to New York City to study interior design — something her mom is proud of, even though she misses her daughter.
"I’m trying not to freak out, 'cause, you know, we all have to do this at some point, we all have to leave the nest," Klum told Talent Recap in an interview. "You can’t forever live with your parents...Sometimes I sit at the dinner table…and I literally have to go cry somewhere and come back because it’s so sad."
Klum added, "New York is kind of our home away from home. We’ve always been in New York filming and shooting and my daughter knows New York very well, so it’s not like going to a new place she’s never been before. So, I think she’ll do OK with the city."