She’s not a regular mom, she’s a cool mom! Heidi Klum allegedly wants her eight-year-old daughter, Lou, to be famous one day just like her. Forget about just being a model — Heidi could also clearly be a momager very soon as well!

As a judge of America’s Got Talent, Heidi clearly knows talent when she sees it. According to OK! Magazine, the 45-year-old thinks Lou is “extremely gifted on the piano and is encouraging her to develop her remarkable skills.”

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That said, she has a vision for her daughter — to see her make it in Hollywood! “She wants Lou to have the best musical education that money can buy. She’s very proud of her little girl and wants to see her go far,” a source told the news outlet.

Heidi and Seal — who married in May 2005 — previously welcomed Lou in 2009. They are also parents to a daughter Leni, 14, and sons Henry, 12, and Johan, 11. She and Seal were hitched for seven years before announcing their separation in January 2012. The Project Runway star was also previously married to Ric Pipino from 1997 until 2002.

In a 2011 interview with Good Housekeeping, Heidi gushed that “family comes first” because “you’re the only thing they have.”

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She additionally opened up about how she balances her insanely successful career while also being a mother of four kids. “Keeping it all together as a modern woman means multitasking, especially when you work,” Heidi shared with the publication. “I think you always need to try your best, but at the same time you can only do what you can do, and you don’t need to beat yourself up about it. I’m not white-picket-fence perfect.”

“I try to create a healthy balance in my life between juggling a thousand things and not having to do anything at all. We have days where every hour can be scheduled,” she added. “And then we have days where we let the children be the boss of the day. It’s fun when you don’t know where the day will go, and it teaches the kids to be spontaneous. Sometimes you have to plan not to make a plan.” Sounds like a great strategy to us!