It looks like one of Heidi Klum's kids is following in her famous footsteps after all. The former supermodel admits that her daughter Leni wants to take over her fashion empire one day, but according to Klum, she's going to have to put in some hard work at school first.
According to Xpose on Wednesday, Klum revealed on The Today Show that Leni recently expressed interest in continuing her mother's success in the fashion industry. And while many celebrities hand over their workload to their kids, Klum wants her daughter to earn it instead.
She said, "But for the first time, my daughter maybe like two months ago, she said, 'Mumma what do I have to do to take over your empire?' I was like, that's the cutest thing. I was like, 'Well, you go to school first and let's get good grades first,' but I thought that was funny and she was like, 'Maybe I should do modeling or designing things.'''
Klum, though, says it's a road she'd rather not see her children take, as the fashion business is one of the toughest ones to be in.
The German beauty added, "I wouldn't necessarily love it myself, I'm not pushing my kids in any direction. They should right now first of all be children, and learn everything that they have to learn in school."
She further explained, "Honestly, if I would stop working tomorrow, I would be fine. But I would not be fine as a person because I like the creative process. And I am definitely driven.''