Leni Klum and her father Seal turned the red carpet into a family affair in a rare public appearance Wednesday.

Klum and Seal stepped out onto the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of the Netflix film “The Harder They Fall,”The future western drama starring Idris Elba, Jonathan Majors and Regina King (streaming Nov. 3). Jeymes Samuel (Seal’s brother) wrote, produced, and directed the film.

The premiere, which took place at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall, also featured appearances from high-profile stars including Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, Winnie Harlow and Taraji P. Henson. 

The father-daughter duo even coordinated their outfits, with Klum wearing a black Dolce & Gabbana dress, accented with a layer of dark crystals, and Seal donning a matching black suit. Klum shared a photo of the two from the event to her Instagram story Thursday.

Seal has a teenage daughter, Heidi Klum. The supermodel gave birth to her daughter, who she raised with Seal before the two tied the knot in 2005, after splitting with Italian businessman Flavio Briatore. Later, the British musician adopted the girl aged 17 years old and gave her his last name.

According to Popsugar, Klum and Seal’s most recent public appearance was on Wednesday. This occurred during a family trip to The Grove in Los Angeles in 2008. 

The “Kiss from a Rose” singer and HeidiKlum, who called their relationship quits in 2014, also share three other children: daughter, Lou, and sons, Henry and Johan.

Leni Olumi Klum and Seal attend the Los Angeles premiere of "The Harder They Fall" Wednesday.

Klum followed in the mother’s steps and made her modeling debut this year. She posed for Vogue Germany’s February/January 2021 issue alongside her mom. The 17-year-old model also appeared in a Venice runway show for Dolce & Gabbana in August, wearing a bright blue satin ensemble topped with a sequined crown. Klum previously told Vogue Germany that “it was only a matter of time” before she followed her mom’s example.

“The first (modeling) offer came when I was only 12 or 13 from a brand I liked to wear, Brandy Melville,” the teen model said. My mother refused to let me go. “I now understand it was too soon.”

Her mother said she became more open to the idea of her eldest daughter entering the modeling industry once she turned 16: “If you are allowed to drive a car, you can also have an official Instagram account and show your face,” she told the magazine at the time.

“Obviously, as a mother, (I want my) child to do what she wants to do,” Heidi Klum added. “The industry is great and I love it, and I’ve been in it for over 20 years but it’s also … a lot of traveling – it’s different. You have to be a strong person, especially as a woman you have to be very strong.”

Contributing Jenna Ryu, Cydney Henderson, Charles Trepany

Source: USAToday.com

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