Model/TV personality Heidi Klum was seen heading to Tribeca Area Park in New York on June 25, 2011 with her kids Henry, Johan, Leni(not pictured) and baby Lou Samuel with the help of nannies and family.
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They’re a cute family!
GLAD TO SEE JOHAN’S HAIR GROWING BACK. I MISS HIS BIG AFRO!
LOVE LOU’S CURLY WILD HAIR! SO PRETTY! ITS GOING TO BE LONGER THAN LENI’S HAIR.
They are cute. Does anybody think that the rapper YC Worldwide (who sings Racks) looks like an older version of Henry?
I like that the nanny or granny has the bag in the buggy. I can relate. Lou’s hair looks cute and like it grew over night. Henri has the blowfish cheeks going on, adorable!
I think this might be the first picture I’ve seen of Lou without her thumb in her mouth! Good job. She’s such a beautiful little girl. I hope this is the last of the thumb-sucking.
It seems like Lou’s hair grew overnight lol. I don’t remember her hair looking that long in a pic last week lol. She’s a cutie!
The boys are so handsome!
Cute as ever. They are all growing up so fast, right before our eyes here with BCK documenting. That’s one of the reasons I really appreciate the BCK site.
Me too Pisces. I remember when Lou was an infant & look at her now.
Those kids are cute, well taken care of & loved. Can’t get better than that.
Hi Sherley. That’s all, just saying hello to you, nothing controversial, today.
They finally look cute in their outfits. Real cute boys and Lou is a beauty too.
Beautiful children! Henry is too damn handsome. Both boys are, but Henry is unique like his Dad. All in all, all three are gorgeous.
Peace and Happiness Everyone! Have a blessed day! (ツ)_V
These kids are so gorgeous.. I love Henry’s Mohawk it suits him well
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