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Miranda Kerr: 'Women's Weekly' Behind the Scenes!

Miranda Kerr: 'Women's Weekly' Behind the Scenes!

Miranda Kerr makes a stylish landing at LAX Airport on Sunday (April 22) in Los Angeles.

“I am excited to be featured in this month’s issue of the Australian Women’s Weekly with my Mum and Grandmother,” the 29-year-old Aussie model recently wrote on her Facebook page.

“A special shoot to celebrate Mother’s Day with the two women I love most,” she added. “I will cherish the experience forever.”

Check out some behind-the-scenes footage from the Kerr ladies’ shoot below!

Bigger pic inside

Miranda Kerr – Women’s Weekly

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  • fgds

    jealous Lima fans 4,3,2,1…

  • BEAN

    Miranda cracks me up. The way she talks about things as if she is in a dream, where everything is perfect and everything is beautiful. She never has anything negative to say and sees idk, beauty I guess in everything. I mean she makes the most irrelevant things sound important (to her).

    I like that though. It’s funny, and kinda kray to me, but perhaps it’s me with the problem and if everyone saw life the way she does, we’d be in a much happier state.

  • mird

    @BEAN: u crack me up how you are a resident here and always one of the first to comment/bash someone. talk about someone needing a life….

  • BEAN

    @mird: You must also live here if you’re here often enough to notice that I’m always here…. Yeah, think about that. I didn’t bash Miranda. I think she’s gorgeous, and did you read what I actually wrote? Obviously not, because I made it clear that I thought if everybody else had her outlook, we’d all be a lot happier. Word for the wise: Read and comprehend.

  • Sayer

    The Kate Bosworth/Rachel Bilson of Modeling.

  • Sayer

    @fgds: Lima fans, really? You’re not that desperate and pathetic. Pumpkin head is anything to envy?

    Kate Bosworth/Miranda Kerr/Rachel Bilson. Sigh. Jared, this is the trinity of a joke.

  • Gossipgirl

    @Sayer: Love this!

  • rgte

    bubble head queen. so overrated.

  • mmm


  • Alia san

    i can’t believe she is 29
    she looks like 22 years old

  • yes!

    She is so gorgeous!
    And that is a really lovely video. Three generations of beautiful women.

  • @5

    Not a really good comparison.
    Miranda is one of the most successful women in her line of work. You can’t say the same thing for either Bosworth or Bilson.

  • wow

    What a beautiful family!

  • Effy

    I never took her seriously until I read her book “Treasure Yourself” because I was bored one day. It’s actually a really good book for women. You see a more vulnerable side of Miranda and why she’s such a positive person.

  • YAY!

    Mum and Nan are gorgeous, too!
    You can really see where she got her great genes!

  • Yoda

    @Effy her ex-bf died in an accident.

    I know a girl who used to model with her before she hit the big time who says MK was really nice and sweet.

    If I did her PR, I’d recommend her project a less serious image. She should tone down the role model aspirations and just be more fun and frivolous. Everyone knows that models aren’t the world’s saviour so this taking the self too seriously has created somewhat of a backlash.

  • @16

    Smart, happy, health conscious and successful in her own right? Sound like a FANTASTIC role model to me.
    Goodness knows that we are up to our ears in frivoluous, giggly girls. We need more role models like Miranda. If people can’t handle what she represents, then that’s their problem, not hers. And judging from the success of her book, those people are few and far between.

  • @16

    I don’t think that she sees herself as “the world’s savior”, and I seriously doubt that others see her as such. But what exactly is wrong with young women having a role model with such a positive outlook on life?
    And the only “backlash” that I see is from haters who even go so far as to try to condemn her for feeding Flynn healthy, organic food. And that backlash comes from her daring to have a relationship with Orlando Bloom, not from her positive teachings.

  • Sarah

    Miranda is a positive role model and a very successful model. It’s great that she promotes a healthy lifestyle. She seems like a sweet and nice person.