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Heidi Klum’s Daughter Proves She’s Her Mini-Me in New Dior Campaign

The 18-year-old model is already following in her mother's beautiful footsteps. 

By Jessica White
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America's Got Talent's Heidi Klum is a bonafide beauty icon, and it looks like the Judge's eldest daughter, Leni Klum, is following in her mother's footsteps in a new campaign for Dior Beauty.

Leni looks simply gorgeous in the photos (see here), radiating the same supermodel sparkle as her mother. As one of the biggest names in modeling since the early 2000s, it makes sense that Klum's 18-year-old daughter would also become a catwalk pro.

Leni posted the campaign images to her Instagram, promoting Dior's new refillable cushion and lipstick shade. "You can never go wrong with a classic Dior red 999 lipstick, simply iconic 💄❤ @diorbeauty #DIORMITZAH," Leni captioned the pic. For the photos, she's channeling a femme fatale-meets-Old Hollywood aesthetic, striking a chic pose as she gazes into the camera. 

In another pic, Leni poses with the iconic red Dior lipstick, and the entire affair couldn't be more glamorous. She's owning her space, just like Heidi Klum's done for decades, proving talent really does run in the family. With over a million followers on Instagram (and counting), Leni's star will only continue to rise. 

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While Leni continues to make her mother proud with her new Dior ad, Klum has been killing the style game herself as a Judge on America’s Got Talent: All-Stars. The new show sees 60 jaw-dropping Acts from Got Talent history returning to the stage and competing for a new title. 

 "One of the things I said was, 'If you can't get the big names, there's no point in making the show.' And when they told me a couple of the names, I thought, 'This is 'gonna be brilliant,'" AGT executive producer and Judge Simon Cowell said to People about the show. 

"From where we've started to where we are now, the quality of the Acts is, at times, honestly breathtaking, and just to see how they've progressed. I think they're very inspirational. And I think everyone needs that right now," he added. "We've met the most incredible people along the way and that's a big reason of why I love doing this show. That is what keeps me on the show. I love that part of it. I love that first Audition when you see someone's true talent and you go, 'Yeah, this is a moment.'"

Watch America’s Got Talent: All-Stars on Mondays at 8/7c on NBC and the next day on Peacock.