Heidi Klum isn't interested in marrying again because she has lived that "fairytale".

The supermodel was married to stylist Ric Pipino for around five years and, after a brief romance with Flavio Briatore, she tied the knot with musician Seal in May 2005 but they separated in January 2012.

Heidi has been in a relationship with her bodyguard Martin Kristen since September, and although she is happy in her relationship she doesn't hear wedding bells in her future.

She said: "I don't think so. It's not that important to me anymore. I've been married before. When I got married the first time, I was 23 and it was always this dream to get married and wear this white dress. I was married for six years and it didn't work out.

"I see a lot of girls now, 30 years old, looking for a man. They want to get married, they want this big ring, and I love that and I love that they feel that way.

"It's a fairytale dream that 70 per cent of girls have. But I have been there, worn this dress, dreamt that dream. I'm happy now that I don't have to have that again."

As well as being against the idea of getting married again, the 39-year-old catwalk star - who raises four children, Leni, nine, Henry, seven, Johan, six, and Lou, three, with former husband Seal - has also ruled out having another child because her family feels "complete".

In an interview with The Times Magazine, she added: "I don't really want to have more children. Four is a lot of children and I feel complete. I feel like when I look around the dinner table we are complete.

"This is our family. He's very good with the kdis. They love him - they've known him for a long time."