The couple have not confirmed the breakup personally.
Heidi Klum has renewed her membership to the single ladies’ club. The supermodel has split from her bodyguard boyfriend Martin Kirsten after a year and a half together. The couple began dating shortly after Klum filed for divorce from Seal back in 2012. Klum and Kirsten's relationship was made official (media official, that is) in September of the same year. In addition to the breakup, Klum (40) and Kirsten (41) are also ending their professional relationship.
Klum and Kirsten have been together since late 2012.
However, according to People, there are no hard feelings between them and it sounds like an amicable split. "Martin was there for her during a challenging time in her life and it was something she will always be grateful for," says a friend close to Klum.
Following Heidi Klum's divorce from Seal, the model isn't harbouring any plans to re-marry or find a young man to wake up next to. She's been talking to Marie Claire about her lack of marital ambition.
"No. No," Klum tells Marie Claire at the very mention of another marriage. "I wanted to keep the memory of our wedding alive every year, and that's why I thought it would be fun to get married over and over. But now I don't think it is that important." The Project Runway presenter added that she'd only consider getting married under special circumstances. "Maybe if I'm with someone for 15 or 20 years, and we do it in our old age as a fun thing to do," she says. "But I don't have the urgency anymore."
Considering her recent divorce from Seal, who, let's face it, is no spring chicken, Klum could be forgiven for wanting to try out some younger guys. But she's not keen on that, "because the truth is that when men get older, their shape changes," she told the magazine. "Younger men train more, and when the clothes come off, it is nice to look at a sexy, ripped body. But I am realistic. ... I don't think I could deal with waking up next to a 25-year-old."
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