Miranda Kerr: We’ll Probably Have More Kids


Miranda Kerr graces the pages of Harper’s Bazaar UK’s August issue wearing the new season’s key equestrian pieces. In the interview she talks about her husband Orlando Bloom, their 17-month-old son Flynn, and getting back into shape after the birth.

On losing the baby weight: “I didn’t feel pressure to snap back into shape. My priority was just having my son and breastfeeding, which was something I really wanted to do, and it came easily. I’m actually still making milk now but, you know, he’s got teeth.”

On having more kids: “I think probably, yes. Having a child is the most incredible experience. [My perfect day is] to wake up to the sound of my son saying ‘Mama, mama!’ It’s the best sound ever. Then I just love to get him out of bed and he can jump into bed with us, and we have cuddle time.”

On Orlando watching her in fashion shows: “I never really want Orlando to be there because it makes me nervous. But last year, he was like, ‘You have no choice, I’m coming.’ And the one time he was attending the show, my shoe decided to fall off.”

On singing: “I love to sing, and I’ve recorded a few covers and originals with friends, but I haven’t written any songs:

The issue hits stands on July 2. To read more about the shoot visit Harpers Bazaar UK.



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  1. Is that ridiculous white collar hiding a recent tracheostomy? At least that lacey furry bra keeps my eyes off the collar.

  2. Anabelle

    I hope they do have more children. They obviously have good genes – Flynn is one of the most gorgeous “Celebrity Babies” around! x

  3. Anon

    I think they’ll be split up before they have more kids. And also, did she really need to reveal that she’s still “making milk”? Why tell that?


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