03-25-2020, 03:21 PM
10 days after taking the coveted COVID-19 test, Heidi Klum has finally confirmed that she does not have the fast-spreading global pandemic.
'Day 14 of staying home #covid_19negative,' the 46-year-old model who boasts 16.7M social media followers - wrote on Tuesday.'much better thank you. I just have a bad cold and trying to get over it. Sending love out to you and everyone!'
The pretty presenter has been self-quarantining inside her $9.875M Bel-Air mansion since falling ill on March 7, which effectively shut down production on the third season of NBC's America's Got Talent: The Champions.
Curiously, Heidi's third husband Tom Kaulitz received his negative test results way earlier on March 16 when she told a fan she expected her results last Thursday.
Klum can now reunite with the 30-year-old Tokio Hotel guitarist, who spent Sunday making TikTok videos with his identical twin brother and bandmate Bill.
The retired Victoria's Secret Angel originally met Tom on the set of Germany's Next Topmodel, and they celebrated their first wedding anniversary on February 22.
The Arctic Dogs actress currently hosts the 15th season of Germany's Next Topmodel, which airs Thursdays on ProSieben.Klum reunited with her Project Runway mentor Tim Gunn to executive produce and co-host a similar designer competition Making the Cut, which premieres this Friday on Amazon Prime Video.
'I feel strange posting when people around the world are suffering,' Heidi tweeted last Friday.
'I'm thankful you're doing the responsible thing by staying home! I hope I can contribute some happiness with our new show @makingthecuttv available Friday 3/27 on @PrimeVideo. Together we will get through this.'