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Heidi Klum Slips Back Into Her Victoria's Secret Angel Wings for Sexy “Glamour” Germany Shoot: 'Still Fit'

"Yes, I'm 50, but I'm far from dead," the supermodel shares in the cover interview

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Heidi Klum is still flying high 14 years after retiring as a Victoria’s Secret Angel.

“Wow my wings still fit 😛” the supermodel, 50, captioned an Instagram Reel on Monday while wearing a Calzedonia white string bikini and a pair of oversize white feathered wings made by Angel Wings Los Angeles.

The model revived her angelic look for the March cover of Glamour Germany.

“This is 50 🥳. Thank you @morellibrothers for making me feel great ❤️,” the former Project Runway host wrote in another Instagram Reel, where she’s filmed posing for a different camera. Klum posted eight additional photos and one more video from the shoot.

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Heidi Klum for Glamour Germany

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While a majority of her Instagram photos were of the sultry white bikini, she also shared photos in a Valentino lace applique mini dress, a Bevza satin ivory sheath gown and a Sportmax white backless long-sleeve gown.

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She also shared her sole darker look, a David Koma sheer black halter dress that was embellished with large black roses.

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Heidi Klum for Glamour Germany

Related: Heidi Klum, 50, Says Age Gap Between Her and Husband Tom Kaulitz, 34, Turned Her Into a Party Animal

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Heidi Klum for Glamour Germany

In her conversation with Glamour Germany, Klum shared how the public perceives her age and her style choices. “People also joke that I still dress sexy at 50. This is neither nice nor pleasant,” began Klum. “Yes, I'm 50, but I'm far from dead.”

“I just love colorful, loud things. Maybe that will change at some point, but it can also remain my decision,” she explained.

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Heidi Klum for Glamour Germany

The America’s Got Talent judge also joked about her age: “The good thing is that my vision is getting worse and worse and I can no longer see everything so clearly (laughs).”

“I just accept it - there's nothing you can do about it anyway. Should we rack our brains? It is what it is,” she conceded.

Along with paying homage to her memorable tenure as a Victoria’s Secret model, she confessed that one of her career's biggest moments included joining the Victoria’s Secret angels in 1997. “When I started, they had 15 models. If you were the new one, everyone noticed,” she explained. She also shared how impactful landing the Sports Illustrated cover was in 1998.

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Heidi Klum for Glamour Germany

Klum also reflected on how her career has grown since her first Glamour Germany cover in 2001 and confirmed she has no regrets.

"I've been very lucky. Often you just have to meet the right people at the right time," began Klum. "Many people didn't give me a chance."

"The fashion world didn't want to see much of me. I came from the television world and was photographed for catalogs. Then there I was - and I wasn't allowed to leave the drawer. Nowadays anyone can do anything," explained Klum.

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