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Is Karlie Kloss soon to be a Harvard co-ed?

Victoria's Secret Angel Karlie Kloss launched “Heavenly” at Victoria's Secret April 29 in Chicago, Ill.

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Victoria's Secret angel Karlie Kloss launched “Heavenly” at Victoria's Secret April 29 in Chicago, Ill.

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In January, model Karlie Kloss (left), one of the most recognizable faces on the runway, told the Daily Front Row Berlin that enrolling in “Harvard, at some point, is part of the plan.” Could that plan now be a reality? Kloss posted a picture of herself on Instagram frolicking on campus with the caption “I am very excited to be spending a few days here on the Harvard Campus in Cambridge for a class this week. I had to pay respect to Mr. John Harvard himself and rub his foot for good luck ;)” Kloss, 21, told the Daily Front Row that she would fit in on campus. Perhaps she thinks the campus is crawling with 6-foot-1-inch Victoria’s Secret Angels? She alluded to a potential major, but was toying with a few options. “I have always had an interest in medicine; my father is an emergency room doctor,” Kloss said in January. “Now that I am getting more and more involved in these entrepreneurial projects, I think business is something that would also be fascinating. To have a better understanding of economics and business, and the way to run a successful company. Tyra [Banks] did it. She went to Harvard business school. I can do it, too.” Just think of the letters of recommendation Kloss could send. Who could resist a pre-med applicant with a stamp of approval from Calvin Klein, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs, and Zac Posen.

Christopher Muther can be reached at christopher.muther@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @Chris_Muther
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