Miranda Kerr Says She Is Too Busy Raising Her Son And Working, So She Never Googles Herself

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Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr checks her make-up backstage in preparation for the Victoria's Secret fashion show in Hollywood, California November 15, 2007.
Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr checks her make-up backstage in preparation for the Victoria's Secret fashion show in Hollywood, California November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES)

Miranda Kerr was the third most Googled model in the world in 2014 but the former Victoria's Secret angel says she does not have time to Google herself. She gets alerted by her personal assistant if something is said about her, but other than that Miranda prefers to stay away from World Wide Web.

 

In a recent interview with Vogue Australia, Miranda said that she does not have time to hook-up on Internet as her life's first priority is her son Flynn and her work. "There are other things in life! There are too many things to worry about. It doesn't matter to me as long as the people close to me understand who I am," Miranda is quoted as saying to Vogue.

 

The model with stunning figure was pleasantly surprised to find that Kate Upton was the topmost searched model on Internet. She recalled of a time when she first saw Kate and told the magazine that she thought that Kate was such a “beautiful woman.” The 32-year-old however remained unimpressed when she was told about Kendall Jenner being the second most searched model on Google in 2014.

 

But the Aussie model hardly cares what anyone else thinks about her in the world. She told the magazine that she is just too busy to live her life and raise her son that she does not bother what the world has to say about her. She is trying her best to be a good mother also also balancing her career at the same time. The stunning model agrees that she is “exposed to a lot of glamorous things” but tells that magazine that she works really hard to be in this job.

 

Miranda then tells the magazine that people might be under impression that she has an easy life but it is not true. The successful model is currently dealing with sixteen clients in total and has her hands full. For her, each day comes with a different challenge. She does appreciate the fact that her profession allows her to “encourage people, especially young women.” She is always open to learning and sharing her knowledge with her friends. She is a sucker for stories where her friends tell her something that they've tried.

 

 

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