Heidi Klum wants her children to have a ''normal childhood'' by enjoying their hobbies and not worrying about the future.
Heidi Klum wants her children to have a ''normal childhood''.
The 41-year-old model - who has Leni, 10, Henry, nine, Johan, right, and five-year-old Lou with ex-husband Seal - insists she won't be pushing her kids towards a showbiz career and just wants them to enjoy their hobbies without pressure.
She said ''I don't want to push them towards anything. I want them to do what they want to do, so I'm going to just see what their interests are.
''They play football and do gymnastics and they are about to start with piano again. They have hobbies but I want them to have a normal childhood.''
And the 'America's Got Talent' judge thinks the kids are still too young to know what they want from their futures just yet.
Asked if they have shown signs of following in her footsteps, she said: ''I think they are too young to decide what they want to do yet.
''My daughter likes to design with those little cut-out books where you stick the dress and the shoes on the doll, but other than that, not really.''
The blonde beauty knows being a working mother is tough but feels ''grateful'' her work offers her flexibility.
She told HELLO! magazine: ''I go to work during the week just like other working mums and I usually have weekends off to go and watch my kids play football.
''I feel like I have more freedom than most working mums because sometimes I'm lucky enough to get a day off during the week. I'm grateful for the flexibility I have.''
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