Leni and Henry Slip-Slide Away!

10/21/2008 at 01:30 PM ET

An inflatable carnival slide brought out big smiles in Heidi Klum‘s children Leni, 4, and Henry, 3,at the Calabasas Pumpkin Festival on Sunday in Calabasas, Calif. Later in the day, Heidi chatted with Milla Jovovich and baby Ever while watching a live musical performance (see Leni in the background here).


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Katrina on

Leni reminds me so much of a young Dakota Fanning! They are both beautiful looking kids.

Cezzie on

Awww that is so cute. And it could almost be a young Heidi and Seal playing together – they both look so much like their parents!

brooke on

Neither leni or henry look like heidi, but they actually resemble each other other than their complexions. They have the same face shape and smile.

phoebe on

Such gorgeous kids, I love to see them smiling!

phoebe on

And Katrina – you are bang on with the Dakota Fanning thing….are we sure that Heidi did not clone her?! Leni is literally a carbon copy!

Amber on

A mini Heidi and a mini Seal!

Rachel-Jane on

Heidi chatted up Milla? Haha.

blue_butterfly on

These two are just the most gorgeous siblings – I love Henrys hair and Leni’s cheeky grin – this family is one of my favourites. Seal & Heidi seem to be doing a brilliant job raising their kids.

FC on

That slide does look like fun. No wonder they’re all smiles. I wouldn’t mind trying out the slide myself…

Quynh on

Henry is in an edgy Ed Hardy tee that you can find on http://www.shopbabytrends.com

sil on

it’s amazing how Leni looks like Flavio Briatore…
Gorgeous kids!

Kate on

Henry REALLY needs a haircut.

Lioness on

I think these two look just like their dads. Johan, on the other hand, looks very much like Heidi. All three kids are gorgeous!

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