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Monday September 21, 2009 9:54 pm
Heidi Klum and Her Bump Dilemma
Heidi Klum struggled to fit her baby bump in a gown for yesterday’s Emmy Awards.
The pregnant supermodel, whose raises three children with husband Seal, and is expecting a daughter in October, decided to wear a clingy black floor-length dress to show off to embrace her expanding figure because her stomach is too big to hide. Even though she had several fittings, the 36-year-old beauty said designer Georgina Chapman struggled to get the bespoke Marchesa gown to fit perfectly because her tummy was constantly growing.
“It wasn’t really hard for me, but it was hard for the woman that designed a dress for me. She started about two or three months ago and that’s kind of difficult… it’s black because I figure, at eight-and-a-half months, black is better! I think it’s elegant and slimming.”
The blonde beauty also revealed she will be in no hurry to lose her post-baby weight to return to lingerie modeling: “I was asked by Victoria’s Secret if it is possible, if I’m going to make it to their show. You never know how you are afterwards, so you kind of have to play it by ear and see what happens. So far—knock on wood—everything was always great. I felt great afterwards and I loved every minute of it, even the sleepless nights of getting up every two hours. But let’s see what happens. You can’t put all that pressure on yourself.”
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