Klum has made headlines in the past for her outrageous Halloween getups, including an old lady, the monster from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video, Jessica Rabbit, and more.
It's called the "Saturday Halloween Movement".
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The Rosedale neighborhood has always been known as one of the best in Austin for celebrating the spookiest holiday of the year. As it turns out, 2018 is no different.
The Halloween tradition dates back thousands of years originally to a Celtic Festival where people wore costumes to keep ghosts away, and later All Hallows' Eve, the night before the Catholic Festival All Saints Day.
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Halloween may be done and dusted for this year in Australia, but in the USA it's still in full swing.
"I didn't even know that".
"Saturdays are the worst days to do it on, I dont need kids ringing my doorbell at 9 am on a Saturday morning", one said.
Check out Heidi Klum's Twitter feed to see how her Princess Fiona costume came together, but also to see some of her other unbelievable looks from parties earlier this month.
"I think it'd be great if it was on a weekend".
In the end, Halloween is not a federal holiday.so the government doesn't really have a lot to do with it. Additionally, a large majority of parents - 70 percent, according to the industry - don't accompany their kids while trick-or-treating. "They held hands here and there and it was very sweet", the source noted.