Heidi Klum mourns the cancellation of her annual Halloween party with spooky graveyard snap

Heidi Klum is mourning the cancellation of her annual Halloween party.

Last week the supermodel, 48, announced she would not be hosting a soiree this year out of an abundance of caution for Covid-19.

And the German stunner – who’s known for her outrageous Halloween costumes – paid tribute to the party with a new Instagram post featuring a tombstone that said ‘Heidi Klum. Halloween meant her doom.’

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RIP: Heidi Klum mourned the cancellation of her annual Halloween party with a creepy graveyard Instagram on Monday

Heidi looked positively ghoulish as she laid atop the grave-markers wearing a dirty slashed dress with her body covered in grime.

Still glamorous as ever, she highlighted her nearly endless legs with some strappy high heels. 

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Beside Klum’s tombstone was a more simple headstone for husband Tom Kaulitz which just read ‘RIP.’ They’ve been married since 2019.

Offering an eerie caption, she wrote: ‘Until death do us part.’

Last week the America’s Got Talent judge told TooFab she was didn’t feel comfortable hosting her annual celebration in light of the pandemic.

No party this year: Klum, pictured at her yearly Halloween party in 2018, won’t host a party this year because of COVID-19 concerns. She’s known for going all out with her celebration

Howdy partner: Beside Klum’s tombstone was a more simple headstone for husband Tom Kaulitz (above) which just read ‘RIP.’ They’ve been married since 2019.

‘With everything happening in the world right now, I feel like it’s still too early for me to feel okay having a party. So I will not do that this year again,’ she said.

‘Like last year, I feel like it’s insensitive of me to do that. I don’t want anyone to get hurt because of we’re having fun on my dime so I don’t want to do that,’ the Vogue model added.

Even though she is not throwing her regular bash, Klum said she is not skipping the holiday completely. 

‘I kind of want to sit out one more year but I definitely, I’m already working on something, because I’m also a creative person, and I live for that, that’s why I get up every morning because I love it,’ she said.

Costume queen: The Parks and Recreation actress dresses up in elaborate costumes every year including here in 2017

The star added, ‘I love doing it to myself. I love watching amazing artists doing crazy things, so I’m definitely doing something because I just have to, for my own, you know?’ 

Klum has gone all out on her Halloween costumes in the past. She has dressed up as the werewolf from Michael Jackson’s Thriller music video, Princess Fiona from Shrek and Jessica Rabbit from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. 

Despite not throwing her party last year, the star still dressed up and spent time with her family. While they all used toilet paper to turn themselves into mummies, the fashionista took things a step further.  

A team of makeup artists painted her body so that she could blend in with her wall for a short horror film that they made. 

‘I’ll bake you a carrot cake’: In 2015 the star dressed up as popular movie character Jessica Rabbit

Seeing sextuple: Klum dressed up as herself flanked by five models who were dressed up to look just like her

Klum has four children: Leni, 17, Henry, 16, Johan, 14, and Lou, 11. She shares Henry, Johan and Lou with her ex-husband Seal. 

Leni’s biological father, businessman Flavio Briatore, wasn’t present for much of her life. Seal adopted Leni while he and Klum were still married. 

The former Victoria’s Secret Angel married her most recent husband, Tom Kaulitz in 2019. Kaulitz plays guitar in the band Tokio Hotel.

The pair met through a mutual friend who worked on Germany’s Next Top Model which the star has hosted since 2006.

Old Heidi: Klum dressed up as an older version of herself in 2013

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