Heidi Klum’s kids are attending their online classes late at night because of the time difference whilst they’re in Germany with their mother.
The 47-year-old model flew her children - daughters Leni, 16, and Lou, 11, plus sons Henry, 15, and Johan, 14, whom she has with ex-husband Seal - out to Germany with her when she started filming for ‘Germany’s Next Top Model’.
And as a result, her brood are having to do their schoolwork in the middle of the night, because of the time difference between their home in Los Angeles, and their temporary base in Europe.
She said: "It's very hard for them. When I decided this could be a possibility that I'm doing the show in Germany, I asked all my kids and I said, 'Is this something you guys are even up for? Because we will have to go for quite some time.' They all wanted to go because we've been stuck in the house.
“It's just a nice change for them, but it's definitely hard for them because they are doing school in a different time zone. Again - thank you so much to the teachers, the schools around the world. They're making all these things happen that the brains of our kids can continue on learning and being those sponges that they need to be right now.”
Heidi also praised her children as “real troopers” for getting on with their schoolwork despite the late nights.
She added: "It's hard because they do it here late at night, until like 11:00 pm at night because they actually are doing school on LA time still with their class. So kudos to my kids for not slacking and doing it all. They're real troopers.”
And the blonde beauty even reflected on what kind of student she was when she was at school, as she said she had days where she was “really really bad”.
Speaking to People, she said: "How was I? Either I was really, really good or really, really bad! I had art and math as my majors that I was very good at, but I was not so good in all the other things. It came out okay."