Seal On Heidi Klum: “She Has Given Me Four Incredible Gifts”

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Seal and Heidi Klum may be ending their marriage, but the singer still thinks the world of the model-turned-mogul and mother of his children.

“The thing that I’m most proud about this great woman who I married – and I really do mean that from the bottom of my heart – is that together she has given me four incredible gifts, four beautiful children,” Seal told Ellen DeGeneres during an appearance on her talk show.

For both of the devoted parents, their priority is to keep things peaceful for those children – Leni, 7, Henry, 6, Johan, 5, and Lou, 2 – and to navigate through the divorce “with dignity.”

“We still very much love each other,” says Seal, who continues to wear his wedding ring as “a token of how much I feel about this woman.”

But despite their deep love for one another, the ‘Kiss From A Rose’ singer says that the couple just grew apart over the years.

“I think we were shocked,” he explains. “You go into these things with the greatest intentions when you say, ‘I do’ and you say ”til death do us part.’ Those vows hold value. They are not just words.”

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Photo credit: The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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  1. Anonymous

    If you say ”til death do us part’ and you part before death, then how much are you showing that “those vows hold value”?

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  2. Anonymous

    As sad and surprised as I am to see Seal and Heidi’s marriage ending, I love how they can still be respectful to each other and put their family first-unlike so many self-centered, greedy, egomaniacs in Hollywood. I wish nothing but the best for them and their family. I am sure they will continue to put their children first in their lives which is how it should be.

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  3. Anonymous9

    He’s working really hard to not let those “Seal has a vicious temper” rumors take hold. Nobody likes a guy who scares the kids when the camera isn’t around.

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  4. Anonymous

    “Those vows hold value. They are not just words.”

    um, yes they are just words. marriage was always just a contract, written words signed by two parties. which is why I don’t understand the big deal about letting gay people get married if they want to.. would it ruin the sanctity of the divorce?

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  5. Anonymous

    I totally agree with Anonymous @5:48.

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  6. Anonymous

    Sounds like a lot of unanswered questions…

    Why not just stay together and make it work out for your family if you still have some love and respect for each other? Vows are forever.

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