Who is Katherine Heigl?
Katherine Heigl has a beautifully shaped body and a noteworthy net worth. Below are all her body measurements, including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more!
Her large natural breasts (D cups) were shown also in several other movies where Katherine wears only seductive lingerie. Although she plays mostly in romantic movies, she has perfect bikini body as she proved for example when posing with her assets covered only by knitted bikini. In 2012, Heigl was starring in One for the Money movie where she did many hot scenes, including the one in the shower and also the scene, where she lets guy to attach a wiretapping to her purple bra.
Katherine married singer Josh Kelley on December 23, 2007; the two met when Heigl appeared in his 2005 music video “Only You.” The couple adopted daughter Naleigh from South Korea in 2009 and daughter Adalaide from America in 2012, Katherine gave birth to son Joshua in December 2016. Naleigh was born with a congenital heart defect, but she had open-heart surgery to repair it before leaving South Korea. Heigl and her mother founded the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, an animal welfare charity, in 2008. Katherine received the ASPCA’s Presidential Service Award in 2010, and she was honored by the American Cancer Society and the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute in 2012.
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Katherine Heigl Height, Weight and Body Details
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36 inches or 91 cm
26 inches or 66 cm
36 inches or 91 cm
Katherine Heigl has an estimated net worth of 30000000 US dollars.
Quotes by Katherine Heigl
"I want to stay in the moment and enjoy the great things that are happening."Katherine Heigl
"If I wasn't in this industry, I wouldn't work out."Katherine Heigl
"I can't cultivate a relationship with my child if it's between takes. I tried that on a movie and realized, 'This is not going to work.' It will work some of the year, but not 12 months a year."Katherine Heigl
"I am a better mother for having something in my life and not just my children."Katherine Heigl
"As women, we have more of a tendency to be people-pleasers, and I know a lot of women who are not vocal about what makes them happy."Katherine Heigl