Attention all bachelors: Superbabe Heidi Klum is back on the market.
The German model, known for her Victoria's Secret catwalking and Sports Illustrated swimsuit-posing prowess, has split from her husband, hairstylist Ric Pipino. The two are planning to divorce, Access Hollywood reported Monday.
Reps for the 29-year-old Klum confirmed the couple was separating after five years of marriage. "The split is mutual and amicable," Klum's camp says.
The couple had homes in New York and Germany. They didn't have any children.
No further details of the split were released.
The couple got engaged on top of the Empire State Building and married 15 months later, in September 1997, in Stone Ridge, New York.
After the ceremony, People magazine reported at the time, the Prada-wearing Pipino scaled a ladder to snag a doll from a wooden stork set in the window of their bridal suite, a German custom to guarantee children. The couple then shared in another imported tradition--cutting a log using a two-handed saw. "It's to be the first task you do together as a married couple," said Klum. "It's not easy at first, but after a while you get the groove. Just like marriage."
No word on whether they also partook of a little American custom we call a prenup.
Pipino, 43, a scenester known for his celebrity clientele and tabloid-ready friendship with Donald Trump, will keep running his high-priced haircut joints in Miami and New York, according to the couple's statement. Klum will work on looking beautiful and, per the release, "continue her modeling, acting and business ventures."