It looks like there is definitely no bad blood between Heidi Klum and her ex-husband Seal these days. The ex-couple were spotted putting on a united front for the sake of their kids while spending quality time with them in Los Angeles over the weekend.

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According to the Daily Mail on Monday, Klum and Seal were spotted by the paparazzi cheering their children on during a weekend soccer game. The proud parents were seen cheering on their kids, and also reading storybooks, making a flower crown and cuddling their four children, which include, Leni, 10, Henry, 9, Johan, 8, and Lou, 5.

What's more, the ex-couple were also spotted enjoying a low-key lunch together with their family.

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Meanwhile, Klum herself has admitted that she is a "control freak" at home as she tries her best to organize her family's life and her children's after-school activities.

In an interview with the Daily Mail on Friday, Klum says that she struggles to be spontaneous in her life because she likes to make lists and "stay on top of things."

She said, "I'm quite the control freak, and I like to stay on top of things, so I write a lot of lists too, to make sure I don't forget anything. I make a list before I go to bed, and when I get out of the shower, I even makes lists when I am getting a massage."

Klum also explained that when it comes to her four children, which she shares with ex-husband Seal, she always has to stay on top of things in order to avoid having chaos at home.

She said, "There's always a lot of scheduling, and, with my work on top of that, I have to plan everything in advance. Running a tight ship and having a really solid schedule is the only way it works for me. On my computer I have a calendar, and everyone and everything -- my work, each of my kids, holidays -- has a specific color. It looks like a multicolored rainbow of madness, and no one understands how I can make sense of it. But it really works for me."