Yummy mummy: Miranda Kerr poses nude in a racy new photoshoot for Industrie magazine


She has one of the world’s most recognisable faces – and bodies – thanks to strutting the Victoria’s Secret catwalk in the skimpiest of lingerie. But we’ve never seen Miranda Kerr quite like this before – baring all in one of her raciest photoshoots yet. The Australian model strips down for the new issue of Industrie magazine in a stunning black and white feature shot by Willy Vanderperre in Paris. Looking at these pictures you would never know the 28-year-old is mother to an 11-month-old baby, her trim legs and washboard stomach on full display.


Stunning: The black and white pictures, shot in Paris, show the mother-of-one's slender frame


In one shot Miranda, married to actor Orlando Bloom, stands side-on as she gazes at the camera. She covers her modesty with just a tilt of her pelvis away from the lens and rests her arms over he breasts. The supermodel is not so shy in the following picture, which sees her luxuriating on the ground with an arm thrown behind her head. Miranda is used to showing off her enviable figure, from her early modelling days as the face of Australian swimwear designer Jets to being signed as a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2007. She has modelled in catalogues and walked the runway for the lingerie giant every year since except 2010, when she was heavily pregnant with Flynn.

‘I’m sure they wouldn’t have let me down the runway in my underpants and my big belly showing. That would be funny. I could’ve been Santa Claus!’ she said at the time.


Body of an Angel: The 28-year-old Australian took centre stage at last month's Victoria's Secret catwalk show


Miranda insists that whether in lingerie or nude, the body is a beautiful thing. ‘People should be comfortable with their bodies, it’s natural and, it’s not vulgar,’ she told New York magazine this week. ‘It’s always done in a tasteful way.’ Victoria’s Secret is ‘about promoting a healthy body image and a curvaceous image’, the brunette beauty says of her employers. ‘But I do think it’s important for anyone to have [an] exercise regime because then they feel better about themselves. It’s just as much a mental thing as it is a physical thing.’

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