Tuesday 17 October 2017

Miranda Kerr: Runway walk with son was special

Miranda Kerr walks the runway at the Balenciaga fashion show during Paris Fashion Week on March 3, 2011 in Paris, France.
Miranda Kerr walks the runway at the Balenciaga fashion show during Paris Fashion Week on March 3, 2011 in Paris, France.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 10: Miranda Kerr poses at the David Jones Spring/Summer fashion preview on Burke Street on August 10, 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Lucas Dawson/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MARCH 29: Candice Swanepoel and Miranda Kerr pose at Victoria's Secret Angels Miranda Kerr and Candice Swanepoel Launch The 2012 SWIM Collection at the Thompson Hotel on March 29, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic)
Miranda Kerr

Miranda Kerr’s favourite catwalk was for Balenciaga – because she was pregnant at the time.

The Victoria’s Secret Angel has walked the runway for many of the biggest names in the business but finds it no problem to pick her top show.

She was involved in the label’s Spring/Summer 11 presentation in September 2010 and it was a seminal moment for her.

“I was pregnant at the time, so my son Flynn and I walked the catwalk together,” she said. “He was in my belly, so it made it really special.”

The 29-year-old model has 16-month-old Flynn with her husband Orlando Bloom.

Miranda still loves her work, but family commitments are more important at the moment. She is determined to spend as much time as possible with Flynn and her spouse.

“At the moment I'm trying to do 60/40 - I spend most of my time at home being a mother and only work on jobs that I really love and with brands that I really want to work with,” she told vogue.co.uk.

“I've cut back quite a bit because especially the travelling can be too much and my son is obviously my number one priority. It's working out well at the moment because I'm doing fun jobs here and there and getting to spend lots of time with my boys.”

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