Heidi Klum, 42, is so serious with her boyfriend Vito Schnabel, 29, she’s introduced him to her parents.
On Sunday the model took the art dealer to Nobu in Malibu with both her mother and father.
Also along for lunch at the high end sushi restaurant along the picturesque Pacific Coast Highway were her four children, three of whom she had with singer Seal.
The gang was dressed for the chilly temperature that started at 57F, cold for Angelenos, and gradually topped out at a pleasant 74F by 1pm. They gathered in the car park overlooking the ocean after their meal.
Model-turned-TV host Heidi wore a heavy grey knitted wrap jacket over a grey marl sweater and wound a grey scarf around her neck.
The German-born beauty teamed the woolens with flared jeans and sneakers.
She left her blonde tresses free to blow in the breeze and covered her eyes with dark glasses to protect them from the bright sun.
Heidi’s mum Erna and 69-year-old dad Gunther Klum also dressed warmly in trousers and coats as they helped their daughter and Vito shepherd the children.
Johan, nine, leaned against Vito, who looked cosy in a heavy cream sweater over a shirt and white jeans.
Henry, 10, stood next to his mum wearing a black coat and camel-coloured jeans while Erna held her six-year-old granddaughter Lou’s hand.
The tyke looked cute in a black jacket with a black and white spotty scarf over a frilly pink skirt, black tights and knee-high boots while her elder sister Leni stood apart.
The 11-year-old pulled on a black jumper with the image of a tiger knitted in white woold, black skinny jeans and black Ugg-style boots.
The whole family then walked down to the beach where the grown ups watched the youngsters play.
Heidi shares Henry, Johan and Lou with ex-husband Seal. The pop star adopted Leni, whose biological father is Flavio Briatore, the Italian managing director of Renault’s Formula One team.
Seal and Heidi split in 2012 after seven years of marriage, and they finalized their divorce in 2014.
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