Miranda Kerr snubs modelling for son, says hubby performs nappy duty

Sydney: Miranda Kerr, who walked in bikini for David Jones just six months after giving birth to her first child, has revealed that she doesn’t have any aim to gain back her shape after delivery, as her main focus was to have a healthy child and not a perfect figure for modelling.

“I didn’t care if I got stretch marks, I didn’t care if I didn’t get back into shape. My main focus was to have a healthy child and it didn’t matter to me if I could model or not. I didn’t have any aims to get back in shape,” the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her as saying.

She also revealed that having children was one of the most important things to her.

“It’s just the best thing I have ever done. To have children was one of the main things I’ve wanted to do in my life and it really was better than I ever thought it would be,” she said.

However, talking about modelling she revealed that she wouldn’t give it a chance, as her baby is the priority now.

“No, my priorities are to be with him and just do select things, the things I love,” she explained.

On asked if her husband has been supportive in changing the baby’s nappy, she answered that he has a great bond with son Flynn.

“Oh yes, of course, he does it all. When I’m working, because I’m breastfeeding I pump and then I put the bottles in the freezer and he feeds the baby and that way he has a good bonding experience, too,” she added.


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