Kettles, Pots And Pans

When it comes to morality, the modeling world is pretty much an untapped pit — unlike the pudenda of its denizens, which have traditionally been tapped more often than kegs at a German beer festival.

So forgive me if I’m untroubled by the teacupstorm of disapproval about supermodel Heidi Klum appearing alongside her (18-year-old) daughter in some Italian lingerie brand.  I know, you want to see what all the fuss is about, so here it is:

Several thing suggest themselves, of course:  Heidi is still beautiful at whatever her age is (couldn’t be bothered to look it up) and her daughter is very pretty, for any age.  And Italian lingerie companies collectively have the morals of stoats when it comes to the age of their models, so I’m frankly surprised that they waited till the girl turned 18.

And speaking of stoatish morality, one of the tut-tutters about this situation has been none other than Ol’ Margarine-Legs herself, Ulrika Jonsson, who in her younger years gave birth to four children by four different men:

“I would never pose with my daughter like Heidi Klum…. it’s wrong and makes me feel deeply uneasy”


And by the way, she has no compunction about featuring herself with her daughter, just on an unpaid basis:

Other people, apparently, share Ulrika’s opinion:

“I wouldn’t model sexy lingerie with my mom”
“Sexualizing your daughter the moment they turn legal is weird”

Ah, such self-righteous bollocks makes me sick. And no Italian lingerie company has offered any of these people, including the wrinkled and rather bedraggled-looking Ulrike, millions of euros to do any of that, so we’ll never really know just how strong their principles are.

Here are the pics which seem to have caused all the ruckus:

I think they’re quite charming, actually.

And like her mother, Lena Klum is gorgeous, with better boobs.


  1. Old dudes always say to meet a lady’s mother if you want to know what to expect. Long term marriage-wise that is.

  2. Not only better boobs , Lena has a better ass as well — but then — 18 , and probably eats better than her mother at 18. So time will tell. But she will do well in the ” family business ” as the next super model since she already has all the needed connections and will hopefully avoid most of the normal exploitation.

    1. The mom is way hotter. Not even close.

      Mr. Kim recently had an article about moms and daughters and being old if you think the mom is hotter

      I’m late 30’s. Moms are hotter all the way around.

      But hey, if you like younger, go for what you like.

      “The older the violin, the sweeter the music”.

        1. Ok then just Kim? Don’t want to offer any disrespect to the host and author of this site.

          I could refer to you as Genius Kim as well. I agree with the large majority of what you say and you are spot on with your points.

  3. On behalf of people everywhere to Jonsson, a sincere and endless thank you for promising to not pose with your daughter. In fact, we ask you to not pose at all. You have aged like month old milk left out in the August sun in a desert. For the right price Jonsson would do anything to exploit her or her daughter I’m sure.

    The Klums look very nice.


  4. There’s no such thing as taste anymore.

    But Ulrike’s complaints remind me from a passage of P.J. O’Rourke’s Ship of Fools article.

    From memory:

    “If someone, a red-baiter type, said you were a paid Soviet Agent”
    “”What a horrible thing to say”” screetched the old bitch”
    I’ll bet she was upset, all those years of them acting as Soviet Agents and no one offering to pay them.”

  5. the only problem I see with that first photo (and none with the others) is the dead look in the girl’s eyes.
    Typical deer in headlight look, which isn’t at all flattering.
    When I first saw it I thought Heidi was literally posing with a full size doll of herself as a teenager, not with a human being.

  6. I guess I also have to ask. Is this daughter someone that Heidi was fornicating with the help on? Or a different branch? I guess not that it matters.

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