Miranda strikes a pose for Vogue

Last updated 09:53 19/03/2013
Miranda Kerr
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STRIKE A POSE: Miranda Kerr on the cover of Vogue Australia's April edition.

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Miranda Kerr has claimed that her "authenticity" is the key to her success.

The 29-year-old Australian supermodel, who is famous for her Victoria's Secret lingerie campaigns, is on the cover of the April issue of Vogue Australia.

Kerr, who is married to actor Orlando Bloom, was photographed by Miguel Reveriego for the sultry shoot, in which she shows off her famous figure in a range of high-fashion outfits.

Natasha Royt styled the stunning star is some of the major looks from the Fall/Winter 13 season. In one image, the model appears in a black bra with a pale pink jacket wrapped around her shoulders. Her hair is styled in loose waves and she looks glamorous with a slick of dark glossy red lips. In another picture the star lies across some steps with a pussy-bow neck tie covering up her decolletage.

Kerr also took part in a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot, which shows her playfully dancing around to music in between shots with her son Flynn.

In an accompanying interview, she reveals why she thinks she has so many followers on her Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, saying her fans like to see her being herself.

"I feel like people really appreciate it when you are authentic," she explained.

The Vogue cover has come out just days after the model was involved in a car crash in Los Angeles which left her wearing a neck brace.

Kerr's Sydney-based spokesperson Annie Kelly revealed last week: "She is in a lot of pain, but really we are just glad it was not more serious".

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