Last Saturday, Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz tied the knot, for the second time, in Italy. While the wedding was meant to be a close-knit and private affair, the media still managed to catch a few glimpses.
Heidi Klum looked stunning, donning a traditional white wedding dress. All the festivities were held at a beautifully decorated, luxury Christina O yacht in Capri.
It has been reported, that the couple obtained a confidential marriage certificate in February 2019.
The supermodel, 46 walked down the aisle, radiating beauty with every step, to wed the Tokio Hotel musician, 29, on August 3, 2019.
Klum let her locks loose, accessorizing it with a white veil. She wore gold bracelets and a necklace, which apparently spelled out ‘Tom’. On the other hand, Kaulitz was dressed in a white suit with a blue shirt and pocket square.
The bride also went barefoot for her Mediterranean nuptials. The groom’s twin brother Bill Kaulitz, stood beside the rosy couple throughout the ceremony.
The duo had been dating since March 2018, after meeting through a mutual friend while Heidi was German’s Next Top Model. The lovebirds got engaged on December 24, 2018.
Following a successful modelling career, Klum became the host and then the judge of Germany’s Next Top Model and reality show, Project Runway. She earned a nomination for six Emmy awards. She has also starred in movies including Blow Dry (2001) and Perfect Stranger (2007). She has appeared on famous television shows like How I met Your Mother, Desperate Housewives and many more. She was previously married to Seal and had three children with him.
Tom Kaulitz is a known guitarist, songwriter and producer. Since 2001, he is associated with the band Tokio Hotel as the lead guitarist. Some sites report that Tom dated German model Ria Sommerfeld from 2011 to 2016. They were apparently married for little over a year, until Tom filed for a divorce in September 2016, due irreconcilable differences.
Keeping the past behind, the lovebirds are all set for a new life filled with optimism and happiness.