Heidi Klum Goes The African Way…..With Seal Taking The Lead.

Posted on October 7, 2009

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culled from OMG!

heidi-seal-leni-henryYou might be wondering why he isn’t Nigerian by Nationality,but bares Nigerian names…thought so myself too.But I’m sure there’s gotta be a link somewhere if you’d agree with me,lolz.The son of Nigerian parents, he was adopted because his parents were unable to support him financially. He was raised in Paddington, a district of the City of Westminster in inner London. He received a two-year diploma, or associates degree, in architecture and worked in various jobs in the London area.
Seal’s facial scars are the result of the condition discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE), a condition where the immune cells attack various body tissues. Seal has revealed in interviews that he was afflicted with this syndrome as a teen; DLE usually affects young people. Intense inflammation develops in the skin, particularly in sun-exposed areas, and if not treated aggressively with sun protection and anti-inflammatory medicines, scarring can result. Not only did it cause the cheek scars, but he had significant scalp involvement, causing hair loss. The singer’s condition has been in remission for years.
His wife,a BEVERLY HILLS, Califonian Supermodel and “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum is losing her last name – she’s filed a petition to change her last name to her married name, “Samuel.”
Seal announced Heidi was pregnant for the fourth time in April 2009 during his show at Radio City Music Hall in New York. At the time, it was reported she was three months along.
The couple has two sons together, Henry Gunther Ademola Dashtu Samuel, 3, and Johan Riley Fyodor Taiwo Samuel, 2.
Seal is also the adoptive father of Helene “Leni” Klum, whose father is Heidi’s ex, Flavio Briatore. Flavio and Heidi split in December 2003.
The singer and the “Project Runway” host began dating in 2004, while Heidi was pregnant with Leni.
They tied the knot on May 10, 2005 on a beach in Mexico.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW HEIDI’S NAME CHANGE PETITION

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