“I’m definitely someone who loves life and I love love,” the 43-year-old told People.
“I love being in love, like when you have butterflies in your stomach and when you feel great.
“I’ve done it twice and it didn’t really work out for me, so why hurt something when it’s all good the way it is,” she said.
“I like it the way things are right now.” Klum slams Trump for insult: ‘Every woman is a 10' The twice-divorced mom of four opened up about relationships past and present and confessed that she’s truly a romantic at heart.
I was reading the teenage guide for confession, and in the "fornication" section, it mentioned "steady dating" (placing oneself in the near occasion of sin by dating the same person steadily with no intent for marriage within approximately 12-18 months).
Heidi Klum is smitten, but she has no plans to walk down the aisle — ever again.
The supermodel, who is currently dating contemporary art dealer Vito Schnabel, 29, said that a happy-ever-after doesn’t necessitate wedding bells anymore.
If they’ll happily chat about things like buying houses, planning holidays, looking after parents in later life and other things that will tie you together for an awfully long time, they have a problem with marriage, not committing to you and your relationship.While there’s an undeniable romantic appeal to the notion of ‘love at first sight’, is it not more romantic (not to mention sensible) to give your marriage the best possible chance to succeed by waiting a little?I celebrate all the romance — I’m quite old-fashioned that way.How long it takes you to get married is entirely individual but when one person is gagging to get up the aisle and the other has no intention of going there, there are clearly questions that need answering.
Men, particularly, will often put off getting married until they feel financially secure.
Even they intellectually know we live in (more) equal times, that inbuilt male desire to want to provide can kick in with the most ‘feminised’ man at times like this.