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Heidi Klum and Seal Videos That Will Make You Even More Sad About the Break-up

Since the news of Heidi Klum and Seal breaking up after seven years of marriage hit the Internet, you've probably been listening to

this song

a lot. Seal built Heidi an igloo when he proposed on a ski vacation, for God's sake, and the couple renewed their vows more times than most of us have been married. It's basically the worst in celebrity marriage news since Courteney Cox and David Arquette broke up, maybe even sadder than that.

Lest your sails have begun to perk back up in the days since the announcement, these videos of the couple at the peak of their love should have you depressed again in no time. Life isn't hard enough; you've got to start crying over other people's heartbreaks too.

At first it looks like Heidi can't remember what she and Seal did on their first date, but actually she's simply lost in reverie over the "beep boops" and "bloop bloops," which are the sounds that supermodel body parts make when having excellent intercourse.

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In September 2010, Heidi co-starred in Seal's music video for "Secret" and at certain moments, it's kind of difficult to tell which naked body part he's kissing. The scene is reminiscent of those lazy Sunday mornings you spend with your boyfriend in bed, only it looks like Heidi and Seal have managed to brush their teeth and they're wearing expensive jewelry.

This video of the couple performing a duet at a Victoria's Secret runway show is particularly disheartening because they've not only combined common interests, they're also wearing matching full-on glitter outfits. You would think that being able to un-self-consciously wear something so ridiculous in front of a loved one would mean unassailable openness in a relationship, but alas, a sparkle suit is but a bandaid.

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