Heidi Klum Opens Up About $2 Million Leg Insurance Policy: ‘It’s Weird’

Heidi Klum knows how much it’s worth.

The 48-year-old model is known for her striking beauty, fashion sense and seemingly endless legs.

During an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres ShowOn Monday, the ‘America’s Got Talent’ judge revealed what led to her legs being insured for millions of dollars.

Klum was playing a fill-in-the-blank style game when DeGeneres prompted her to talk about the insurance policy and share which uninsured body part should be insured — she indicated that her breasts should be covered by a policy.

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“I didn’t insure them, by the way,” the star said of her legs. “It was a client insuring them. It wasn’t me.”

The ordeal was made even more complicated because one leg was more assured than the other, Klum revealed.

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“One was actually more expensive than the other because when I was young I fell in a glass and got a big scar,” she recalls. “Obviously I’ve put on so much spray tan right now, you can’t see it right now.”

Heidi Klum has spoken about the $2 million insurance policy taken out on her legs, which she says was taken out by a client. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/GC Images/Getty Images)

She added: “One was more expensive than the other. It’s weird, the things some people do.”

In 2017, Klum addressed the insurance policies, telling People magazine that one leg was insured for $1 million and the other for $1.2 million.

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“I’ve always loved, and still love, wearing super short miniskirts that show off my legs,” she said at the time. “I think legs are sexy. I like to emphasize my legs when I go out or when I step on the red carpet. Yeah.”

Klum added that having four kids — which made her put on “45, 50 pounds with each one” — required her to work hard to keep her legs in top shape.

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So much so in fact that Klum noted she does more in her 40s “than I do in my 20s or 30s” to take care of her body.


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Justin D. O'Neill