Heidi Klum explains why one of her legs was “more expensive” with a $2 million insurance policy

Heidi Klum has revealed her legs were once insured by a client for $2 million, and why one of her legs was considered “more expensive than the other”.

The model, 48, opened up about the insurance policy taken out on her legs during an appearance on the Ellen Degeneres To show, where she was asked about the price placed on her members during a segment titled: “Heidi ‘Blanking’ Klum”.

In response to a prompt that read, “My legs were insured for $2 million…another body part that should also be insured is…” the former Victoria’s Secret angel began by revealing that she thinks her breasts are also worth insuring.

Klum then explained that she was not the one who took out the insurance policy on her lower limbs, because it was actually a client.

“Furthermore, I did not insure them, moreover, it was a client who insured them”, specifies the model. “It was not me.”

Klum also revealed that one of her legs “was actually more expensive than the other” due to an injury she suffered as a child.

“One was actually more expensive than the other because when I was young I fell in a drink and I got, like, a big scar,” Klum continued. “Obviously I’ve put on so much spray tan right now that you can’t see it right now, but yeah, one was more expensive than the other.

“It’s weird what some people do.”

It’s not the first time Klum has talked about her expensive legs, as she’s said before Additional in 2011 about the insurance policy, the model explaining that she had her legs appraised in London.

“I hadn’t personally insured them, but a client of mine did,” she said, adding, “Basically I was in London and had to go to this place where they check your legs.”

At the time, the model noted that her left leg wasn’t considered as “expensive” as her right leg due to the scar from her childhood.

According to Klum, who spoke to People about the insurance policy in 2017, the scar meant his left leg was insured for $1 million, while his right leg was insured for $1.2 million.

While speaking with DeGeneres, Klum was also asked to share what she couldn’t go through without having at least once a week.

The question prompted Klum to initially answer “sex,” before changing his answer to “running on my treadmill” because “once a week isn’t enough either.”

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