Heidi Klum was photographed in Paris recently while enjoying a romantic getaway in “The City of Lights,” with her latest boyfriend, art dealer Vito Shnabel.
The 40-year-old former Supermodel has been married twice before and has four children. Three of them are from her second marriage, and one from a previous boyfriend. The Inquisitr reported only last month on the rumors surrounding Klum’s on/off relationship with her last husband, Seal.
Heidi’s net worth is estimated at around $70 million, so who is Vito Shnabel?
Schnabel is a 27-year-old art dealer based in New York City. According to People Magazine, Vito “made a name for himself as a curator and art dealer while still a teenager.” His website states that he represents the likes of Laurie Anderson and Jesse Edwards.
He is no stranger to the celebrity dating scene, having been linked in the past with Demi Moore, Elle Macpherson, and Liv Tyler, to name but a few.
Vito’s father is well known film director Julian Shnabel, whose credits include “Before Night Falls” which launched the career of Javier Bardem. Shnabel also made “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly,” which was nominated for many Oscars.
Heidi Klum’s personal relationships could certainly be termed ” interesting.” The father of her first child, Leni, is Flavio Briatore, the director of the Renault Formula One racing team.
However, while pregnant with Leni, Heidi began a relationship with the musician, Seal, and they had three further children together.
Following their very public divorce in 2012, Klum began dating her bodyguard, Martin Kristen. Their relationship was more than a mere fling, and was serious while it lasted. They split at the beginning of this year, and had to legally unravel the arrangements they had made regarding the children.
As far as Heidi’s current relationship with Vito is concerned, perhaps he will be able to give her some advice on a professional level.
It is not widely known that, apart from her many other talents, Heidi Klum is an artist. Many of her paintings were featured in various U.S. magazines some years ago.