Heidi Klum clones herself for her latest wacky Halloween outfit

Heidi Klum always does something different on Halloween – and this year she upped that times six.

The star, 43, posed alongside five Heidi clones at her party in New York.

Heidi and five other women were dressed in identical pastel pink outfits, donning the same hairstyle and make-up.

To be fair, it was pretty easy to spot which of the women was Heidi, despite the use of prosthetics on her “clones”.

The women were dressed in thigh-high suede boots and bodysuits at Heidi’s 17th Annual Halloween Party in New York.

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The German-born star had hinted earlier: “It’s very complicated. The only thing I’d say is it’s made in Germany.”

Heidi and her clones were unveiled in a large wooden crate with a “made in Germany” sticker plastered on to it.

Last year she dressed as cartoon character Jessica Rabbit, after having prosthetics on her face and chest.

She also stunned onlookers in 2013, when she convinced as an old lady, complete with veins and wrinkles.

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