Thursday, November 10, 2011

Miranda Kerr, Victoria's Secret.

She missed last year's show as she was heavily pregnant with her son Flynn.

So Miranda Kerr made sure that her return to the catwalk for Victoria's Secret was going make an impact as she stole the show in a selection of sexy and seductive outfits.

The Australian model left the others in her shade as she showed off three different Angel looks and was given a standing ovation as she strutted out at the end of the show glistening as an ice peacock.

The piece de resistance was the show-stopping $2.5million Fantasy Treasure bra, dripping with yellow diamonds and pearls, which complemented her stunning figure perfectly.

And it prompted her proud actor husband Orlando Bloom to rise from his front row seat and give his wife a standing ovation.

During the Victoria's Secret Fashion Parade, which took place at the Lexington Armoury in New York, Miranda showed off two other outfits which complemented her post-pregnancy figure.

She took to the stage in a purple bra and knickers set which she teamed with a black and white striped scarf round her waist and a medieval looking top which had polka dot chiffon arms.

The second outfit was a red and white lace bra set which she teamed with a red wrap shawl that wrapped her up like a present and devilish red ballerina heeled shoes, looking like something that many men would be keen to find under their Christmas tree.

That she delivered baby Flynn, her son with Orlando Bloom, in January, was impossible to tell as she strutted down the catwalk showing off her slender and toned figure.

She revealed the secret to her success at regaining her figure as Pilates and yoga and revealed: 'I put weights on my ankles and do leg lifts. It burns.'

And her bosom is fuller since giving birth and Miranda cites breast milk as the reason behind her bigger cup and said breastfeeding has also helped her get her figure back, especially for this year's show.

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