“I was in bed with food poisoning all day,” the 'America’s Got Talent' host said from under her blanket on Instagram
Heidi Klum is under the weather.
On Tuesday, the supermodel and Project Runway host revealed on her Instagram Story that she’s been stuck in bed with food poisoning.
It comes after she dazzled in a turquoise mermaid tail gown by Tony Ward at the Walt Disney Emmy Awards Party in Los Angeles on Monday.
“I was in bed with food poisoning all day,” the America’s Got Talent host, 50, said as she spoke from under her blanket while still in bed.
Klum then shared snaps of her look from Monday, which showed her wearing the one-shoulder gown with coordinating earrings and matching eye makeup.
“Emmy‘s Night !!! ,” Klum’s caption read as she shared a reel of her outfit alongside Ariana Grand’s song “Yes, and?" In the video, she placed both hands on her hips while looking to the side, then flashed a quick smile at the camera before looking over her shoulder.
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Klum also stepped out with her daughter Leni, 19, at the Amazon x Vanity Fair Awards Season Party at Bar Marmont in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Styled by Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, she sported a strapless gown covered in a gold sequined leaf design from Monique Lhuillier, while Leni — who was adopted by Klum's ex-husband Seal in 2009 — wore a strapless red sequined Marmar Halim gown with a flower choker.
The German supermodel is also mother to son Henry, 18, son Johan, 17, and daughter Lou, 14, who she also shares with Seal.
"I mean it's a lot. I've done it four times," she said at the time. "And I breastfed eight months each time and then I was pregnant again. Three times in a row. Again [my children are] 18, 17, 16 and then 13, so I was like…" she added as she snapped her fingers.
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