The more baby Seals, the merrier.
Heidi Klum, 33, and her husband Seal, 43, announced Tuesday that they are expecting their second child together. The striking couple have a nine-month-old son, Henry, and Klum has a two-year-old daughter, Leni, from a previous relationship.
"It gives me great joy to announce that Heidi, Leni, Henry and I are expecting a new addition to our ever increasing family," Seal said in a statement to E! News. "We all feel both excited and fortunate to be able to share this experience once again."
The London-born singer and Klum were pals for awhile before finally making a romantic connection in February 2004, shortly after Klum split from her long-term boyfriend, Italian racing executive Flavio Briatore. The German supermodel was pregnant with Briatore's child when she started dating her husband-to-be and has frequently said that Seal, who was by her side when her daughter was born, has always treated Leni as if she was his own little girl.
But he's not just a great father--the "Kiss from a Rose" singer is a bit of a romantic, as well. Figuring that a year of courting was enough, Seal asked for Klum's hand in January 2005 with a grand gesture that included a "secluded natural glacier" in British Columbia and a 10-carat diamond.
They made it legal in May 2005, marrying beachside in Mexico. And it must be nice to have a husband who can sing--at their first anniversary party last month, Seal serenaded his wife with Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable" in front of 25 friends and family members, People reported.
Their first child, Henry (full name Henry Günther Ademola Dashtu Samuel), was born in September in Los Angeles. Before welcoming his son into the world, Seal told People how he hoped to add more members to the family in the future.
"The arrival of any child brings you a lot of happiness," he said. "If we're lucky enough, we'll have more."
In the meantime, Klum will once again get to exercise both her mommy and modeling expertise when the third season of Project Runway premieres July 12 on Bravo.