Heidi Klum, Martin Kirsten Take Kids to Disneyland After Near-Drowning Incident

USMagazine, Thursday, April 4, 2013, 10:15am (PDT)

Where better to recover from the trauma of a near-drowning incident than at the Happiest Place on Earth? On Wednesday, April 3 -- three days after a riptide threatened the lives of her 7-year-old son, Henry, and two nannies -- Heidi Klum and boyfriend Martin Kirsten enjoyed a much-needed day of family-friendly fun with her kids at Disneyland's California Adventure Park in Anaheim, Calif.

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The 39-year-old Project Runway host and her brood appeared to be having a great time as they took in the sights. And despite their harrowing ordeal at sea just a few days earlier, they had no qualms about getting their feet wet again -- at one point, the supermodel and her sons were spotted laughing gleefully as they rode the Grizzly River Run, a six-minute "white-water rafting adventure" with a big, splashy plunge down a "runaway river."

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As Us Weekly previously reported, Klum had to rescue her son from a dangerous riptide on Sunday, March 31, during a family vacation in Oahu, Hawaii. She and Kirsten grabbed Henry and two nannies from the choppy surf and dragged them to safety on the beach.

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"We got pulled into the ocean by a big wave," the German stunner told Us in a statement on Monday, April 1. "Of course, as a mother, I was very scared for my child and everyone else in the water. Henry is a strong swimmer and was able to swim back to land. We were able to get everyone out safely."

Henry is Klum's oldest child with ex-husband Seal. The couple also had another son, Johan, 6, and a daughter, Lou, 3, as well as Klum's daughter Leni, 8, from a previous relationship.

This article originally appeared on Heidi Klum, Martin Kirsten Take Kids to Disneyland After Near-Drowning Incident

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