RadarOnline.com has learned things are really heating up between Heidi Klum and her boy toy Tom Kaulitz, and the lovers are thinking about tying the knot in a quickie wedding ceremony! As Radar previously reported, the 45-year-old supermodel and her much younger rock star boyfriend are holing up in Kaulitz’s $15,000-a-month rental home high in the Hollywood Hills as part of a “trial marriage.” And so far it's going perfectly! According to a source, the two are now planning to make their trial marriage the real deal. Check out Radar's gallery to learn more about Klum’s wedding plans with the 28-year-old Tokyo Hotel star.
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“Heidi’s insisting this is the real deal and she doesn’t want to waste any time,” an insider told Radar.
Klum and Kaulitz were first spotted together leaving the West Hollywood hotspot Delilah last March.
But it wasn’t until just this past May that the couple went public with their relationship while at an event in France.
Since then, the two have been spotted all over the world, and they've not been very shy about putting on some massive public displays of affection.
Could wedding bells be soon ringing?
“Heidi's into the idea of jetting off to Vegas or somewhere similar, then surprising the world with the news once it’s all done and dusted,” the insider revealed.
“Her attitude is that life’s too short to think twice about some stuff, and she wants to go with the flow," said the insider.
As Radar reported, Klum and Kaulitz met not long after her messy 2017 breakup from art dealer Vito Schnabel, who seemed to stray any chance he got.
But friends say Klum's relationship with Kaulitz is different.
“This guy makes her feel so special,” the insider noted.
“It’s not a partying arrangement like it was with Vito," added the source. "She’s head over heels in love with the guy.”
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