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Heidi Klum smitten by new boyfriend

Asked what makes their relationship work, the German beauty said, "I look at people with my heart. I look for their kindness and humour and compassion."

By: Press Trust of India | London |
May 19, 2014 10:44:05 am
Asked what makes their relationship work, the German beauty said, "I look at people with my heart. I look for their kindness and humour and compassion."  Asked what makes their relationship work, the German beauty said, “I look at people with my heart. I look for their kindness and humour and compassion.”

Supermodel Heidi Klum says her new toyboy boyfriend, Vito Schnabel, is kind and compassionate.

The 40-year-old model, who started dating Vito Schnabel in February just weeks after she announced her split from her bodyguard partner Martin Kristen, said she is completely in love with the 27-year-old art dealer, reported Contactmusic.

Asked what makes their relationship work, the German beauty said, “I look at people with my heart. I look for their kindness and humour and compassion.”

The ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge, who has four children, Leni, nine, Henry, eight, Johan, seven, and Lou, four, with her ex-husband Seal, said she feels very lucky and has been working with the American Red Cross for 10 years because she thinks it’s important to give back.

“I try to get a lot of goodies from the people I work with. I realise how fortunate I am. When you go out into thesedesperate situations, when you sit at a hospital with sick children of course it changes you.

“We are used to seeing horrifying catastrophes on television, but when you are about to go and be there and see the sadness on people’s faces and the things they just lost, it makes a huge difference.”

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