Miranda Kerr Strips Down To Basics For Underwear Brand, Reveals Her Diet Secrets

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Miranda Kerr Wonderbra Campaign
IN PHOTO: Model Miranda Kerr poses at the InStyle/Warner Bros. after party following the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California Mario Anzuoni

Australian model Miranda Kerr has stripped down to her undies for iconic Australian brand Bonds. The brand has completed one hundred years in business and is celebrating it by the launch of its new Classics range. The former Victoria's Secret angel wore a black cotton non-glamourous bikini for the campaign but she still looked glamourous in it. The 32-year-old has revealed her early morning diet that helps her achieve the envious figure.

 

The first thing that Miranda revealed to Vogue Australia magazine is that she starts her day with a glass of warm water and freshly squeezed lemon. She is very good at eating things that taste bad, provided they are good for her health. Some of the bad-tasting stuff that she eats/drinks is Korean ginseng tea and dandelion tea with goat's milk and maple syrup sugar!

 

She also has a green smoothie where main ingredients are chia seeds, Spirulina, goji berries, and she even puts her multivitamin pills in it. It does not matter to her if the taste of the smoothie changes after vitamin pills because for Miranda, health comes first and taste later. Miranda's interest and inclination towards healthy living has also earned her a certificate for a life coach. She can kick start a career on being a life coach anytime but the supermodel presently uses her vast health-based knowledge on herself and her son Flynn.

 

For Miranda, sleep is also important for a healthy living so she ensures that she gets at least seven hours of sleep each night. She feels elated when she sleeps for eight hours though. The ex-wife of Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom has also downloaded an application called Sleep Cycle on her mobile phone. The application plays the sound of ocean waves as backdrop to a silent prayer. The prayers are said at the same time that the waves are playing, explained Miranda adding that she plays it on her sound system before going to sleep and her son loves it too.

 

 

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