Miranda Kerr's son a model in the making

23:27, Jun 11 2014
Miranda Kerr
COVER GIRL: Miranda Kerr holds court on the cover of Vogue Australia July 2014.

Miranda Kerr has chalked up yet another photo shoot, but this time she had a special little guest.

The latest cover shoot for Vogue Australia's July edition features sweet portaits of Kerr and her three-year-old son, Flynn.

The mini-model was apparently super charming and easy to work with, and it looks like he's certainly inherited some of his mother's photogenic skills.

Miranda Kerr
STEALING THE SHOW: Young Flynn outshone his model mother on the set of their recent Vogue Australia shot - isn't he just the cutest?

The black and white photographs show a tiny Flynn, whose face is partially concealed, standing on crates to get a kiss from mum.

He is dressed in white pyjamas, and in one photograph is wearing an adorable top hat.

The shoot was carried out in May in Sydney, and Vogue's editor says it was Kerr's idea to include her son.


"He loved it," editor-in-chief Edwina McCann told the Daily Telegraph. "Loved being involved and working with mummy, and the crew fell in love with him.

"He's such a confident little kid and they have a playful relationship."

McCann told the newspaper Kerr also made sure her ex-husband Orlando Bloom was OK with the portraits.

"She had to approve the image and had to check with Orlando in advance," Ms McCann said.

The shoot was styled by Christine Centenera and photographed by Nicole Bentley.

The supermodel's latest shoot is a far cry from most of her post break-up work.

Since separating from Bloom in October last year, the 31-year-old has completed a number of racy photo shoots.

The former Victoria's Secret angel completed a shoot for the May edition of GQ magazine, posing in very NSFW photographs while revealing intimate details about her sex life.

She spoke about everything from her admiration for the female body, to the mile high club and sex in general.

"I've had an orgasm in the air before," she told the magazine. "Alone. And together."

If that's not enough, she also mused about her sexual performance.

"I always ask for a critique on my performance," she said. "I always want to better myself in every way.

"One thing I've noticed is now that I'm having less sex, my body isn't as toned. The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get.

"Orlando and I always had great chemistry."

The Australian-born model also featured in a campaign for sports gear company Reebok in February.

Central to the campaign was a saucy video featuring mostly Kerr, with a tiny glipse of the sneakers at the end.

The 30-second video shows Kerr getting home from a workout, and gradually stripping all her clothes off until she is completely naked before hopping into the shower.

The video finishes with Kerr remembering she entered the shower with her shoes on, so she takes them off and places them outside.

While the success of such a campaign for Reebok is questionable, it certainly hasn't harmed Kerr's ever growing and evolving brand.

That being said, Kerr has also featured in more tame campaigns since her split from her actor husband.

A demure Kerr jetted into Sydney recently to launch her new tea-set design for Royal Albert.

The set features butterflies, flowers and plenty of pink - a big difference to her sexual shoots of late.

Sydney Morning Herald