Klum and Seal ‘have not reunited’

Seal’s rep has confirmed the singer and Heidi Klum “have not reunited as a couple”.

The 40-year-old Project Runway star filed for divorce from the Kiss from a Rose singer in 2012, and reports emerged they began dating again last month after Heidi broke up with her boyfriend.

But apparently reunion claims are completely false.

"Seal and Heidi have not reunited as a couple," Seal's representative told E! News.

Australian outlet TheFix reported earlier this week that co-parenting activities with their four children reignited dormant passions.

Seal’s spokesperson dismisses claims caring for Henry, eight, Johan, seven, Lou, four, and Heidi’s daughter from a previous relationship, nine-year-old Leni, led to romance.

"Their children will always be their priority, and their focus remains on co-parenting,” the representative stated.

Heidi allegedly broke up with ex-boyfriend Martin Kristen, her former bodyguard, in January after their interest in each other waned.

Heidi and Martin began dating in September 2012, just months after she separated from Seal, 51. It is claimed her professional relationship with the minder has also been severed.

But it seems Heidi has moved on quickly, as she was reportedly spotted kissing actress Demi Moore’s former flame, 27-year-old art dealer Vito Schnabel, at Hollywood hotspot Bootsy Bellows earlier this month.

"Heidi was acting like a teenager. I guess being with a younger guy was making her act like she was in high school," an onlooker told X17Online. "She was kissing his face all over as they enjoyed drinks with friends. They hardly left the booth - they just sat next to each other, touching from the shoulder down, laughing and flirting and making out."

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