Heidi Klum really does have the perfect life.
The latest evidence? She and hubby Seal reveal in the new issue of In Style that they have renewed their wedding vows every year on their anniversary since saying "I do" on May 10, 2005.
And if that's not sweet enough for you, they do it with the same minister who married them and on the same beach where the original ceremony took place in Costa Careyes, Mexico.
“It focuses us on why we got married,” Seal says, “and sets a good example...for the kids.” (They have two children, Henry, 2, and Johan, 1. Klum's daughter, Leni, 4, is from a previous relationship.)
Not far from that beach is the couple’s cliff-top estate overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The four-bedroom home, about two hours south of Puerto Vallarta (they also own in New York and Los Angeles), features an open-air living room, infinity pool, polished concrete floors and windows with shutters but no glass.
“The sea is the main draw,” Seal says. “We don’t need to watch TV—we just stare at the horizon.”
But being the glamorous couple they are, they’re still very much coveted party guests on the secluded oasis.
“People are nice here,” Klum says. “When we arrive, there is a whole packet of invitations. But we don’t really go anywhere at all.”
Of course, the same cannot be said for their life Stateside.
Seal has not one, but at least two gigs in L.A. next week. First up, he and Sean Kingston perform on Wednesday for the last stop of T-Mobile Sidekick’s 50th Grammy Celebration Tour. The next night, he’s onstage again at Lupus L.A.’s 2008 Orange Ball and fundraiser.