Heidi Klum has six Christmas trees

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HEIDI Klum bought a Christmas tree for each of her four children.

The 'America's Got Talent' star was spotted taking home six evergreen trees in Los Angeles earlier this month, and treated her kids, Leni, nine, Henry, eight, Johan, seven, and Lou, four, with her ex-husband Seal, to one for their own bedrooms.

The 40-year-old German supermodel told "This year for the first time [the kids] each have their own tree in their room."

She added: "That's a lot of trees, I know. They were taking photos of us when we left the lot, and they were like, 'Oh my gosh, they've got the whole forest!' But it's because I have so many kids!"

Heidi, who is dating her bodyguard Martin Kirsten, also revealed she has bought her children unicycles for Christmas.

She said: "They don't watch a lot of TV, so when they do they're so mesmerised by the commercials. They love all these silly things like glowing pet pillows. I actually got them all unicycles."

The blonde beauty also dropped some hints about what she would like to find under her own tree, adding: "I love arts and crafts, and I like when my kids make things for me. I have an entire wall on the second floor of the house that's all [their creations]."

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