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Heidi Klum Shared the Sweetest Kissing Photos with Husband Tom Kaulitz
Heart-eye emojis galore!
Adorable couple alert!
On June 14, America's Got Talent Judge Heidi Klum posted some stunning snapshots of herself and her handsome husband, Tom Kaulitz, passionately embracing and kissing. The high-quality photos show the couple with their arms around each other before they lock into a kiss and then stare lovingly into each others eyes. See the photos here.
Klum and Kaulitz have the most heartfelt relationship. Kaulitz is a German musician who is best known as a guitarist in the band Tokio Hotel. He and Klum met when she was hosting Germany's Next Top Model, and they became engaged in 2018. They married in a gorgeous Italian wedding a year later, and since then, the two have been showing their love on social media. Remember when Klum made a funny face-swapping post with him this Valentine's Day? So sweet!
In a 2020 interview with People, Klum opened up about what their marriage means to her. "For the first time, I have a partner who I can discuss everything with. Someone who shares duties that we all have in our life. I used to be on my own with everything. For the first time, I get to experience what it is actually like to have a partner," she said.
She also gushed about their relationship to ET two years later. "I mean, I found my match, finally, like I am very romantic and I do a lot of weird things, like I leave notes everywhere and I do a lot of things for him, and it's beautiful when you get that back from your partner," she said. "And it's the first time I feel like I really have a partner to do everything with."
Not only do Klum and Kaulitz look adorable together, Kaulitz is a thoughtful gift-giver, as well.
"My husband was actually born in East Berlin, OK, and I've been there many, many times," Klum told a story on Jimmy Kimmel Live in May 2021. "Obviously, I love Germany. This is where I'm from even though I've been here longer than I have been in Germany. So he gave [a piece of the wall] to me for my birthday. It had to come all the way from Germany and then with a crane into our garden."