Heidi Klum Has *Another* Wedding With Tom Kaulitz in Capri

Heidi Klum Has *Another* Wedding With Tom Kaulitz in Capri

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For Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz, one wedding just didn't seem like enough to celebrate their love.

The couple wed for the first time in a secret ceremony in February, and only just announced it to the world last month. This time around, though, they're making their nuptials well-known.

On Saturday, August 4th, Klum and Kaulitz hosted a celebration in Capri, Italy on board aВ 325-foot ($100,000 a day) yacht called the Christina O-the same boat where Jacqueline Kennedy and Aristotle Onassis hosted their own wedding in 1968.

For take two of her big day, Klum wore a white off-the-shoulder gown with silver floral detailing and a white veil. Kaulitz complemented her look in a blue suit. The boat was decorated with pink and white florals, and the result was nothing short of magical. You can see some photos from the party here.

The night before the wedding, the couple hosted a party onboard the boat, for which Klum wore a stunning white lace gown. They continued the celebration at Il Riccio, a restaurant that overlooks the Blue Grotto.

The couple was first spotted together in March of 2018, when they were seen kissing on the set of America's Got Talent. They shared the news of their engagement in December of the same year, with Klum posting a photo on Instagram showing off he gorgeous ring.

In an Interview with US Weekly in September 2018, Klum called her new husband. “the kindest, sweetest, most caring, loving person.”

She continued, “I feel so lucky. I don't know when I was this happy the last time in my life. I mean, I am with my children, but with, you know, a man. He's absolutely wonderful.”

Cheers to the happy couple!


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