Heidi Klum has been celebrating her international fame since she was named the first German model to become a Victoria’s Secret Angel. The former supermodel has been working in front of the camera since she won a modelling competition in her home Germany in 1992, so showing off her sexy side is nothing new to her.

Recently, Heidi went on a picturesque holiday in Miami with her husband, Tom Kaulitz. On Friday, the beauty sent temperatures soaring in a sizzling social media clip from her lavish, sun-soaked getaway. The 49-year-old showed off her incredible figure in a colorful string bikini while beaming on a beach in front of the sunset. 

Heidi’s gorgeous tresses appeared wet as it laid curled under her head. She looked nothing short of sensational in the sultry snap. She surely looked her best in the tiny two-piece. Heidi opted for a fresh face and allowed her blonde locks to blow freely in the wind as she flipped her hair in slow motion in the video. 

On Thursday, she shared a video of herself dancing in a miniscule bikini on Instagram. She looked incredibly youthful in the two piece which had an animal print design and the tiniest briefs which tied up at the sides. 

The post comes after Heidi shared lots of PDA videos and pictures of herself and husband Tom Kaulitz as they celebrated their three-year anniversary. You can check it all out below. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

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