Miranda Kerr Goes S&M For Harper's Bazaar Shoot
The model poses with a whip, wearing her bra for the mag's August issue...
The Australian model dons equestrian attire for the pictures, as she poses wearing just her bra, cape and a riding crop in one of the saucy snaps.
Kerr's shoot has kind of an S&M feel as she struts her stuff wearing leather gloves and knee-high boots in a garden, while in another shot, she pouts next to a white horse.
As well as posing for the publication, Miranda also revealed that she hates Orlando coming to her catwalk shows as it makers her nervous.
The 29-year old claimed: "I never really want Orlando to be there [in the audience of a show] because it makes me nervous. But last year, he was like, ‘You have no choice, I’m coming’. And the one time he was attending the show, my shoe decided to fall off.”
Following the birth of her son Flynn with Bloom, Miranda also went on to add that she hopes to have more children, stating: "I think probably, yes. Having a child is the most incredible experience."What’s surprised me most is just how incredible the bond is between you and your child. To watch him grow and evolve every day is really inspiring."
She went on: "[ My perfect day is] to wake up to the sound of my son saying ‘Mama, mama!’ It’s the best sound ever. Then I just love to get him out of bed and he can jump into bed with us, and we have cuddle time.”
When asked if she felt like she had to lose weight after having Flynn, Kerr explained: "I didn’t feel pressure to snap back into shape.
"My priority was just having my son and breastfeeding, which was something I really wanted to do, and it came easily. I’m actually still making milk now but, you know, he’s got teeth...”
The A-list beauty also confirmed rumours that she is keen to pursue a singing career, adding: "I love to sing, and I’ve recorded a few covers and originals with friends, but I haven’t written any songs.”
Full interview in the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar on sale Monday 2nd July. Also available as digital edition.
Pictures: Giampaolo Sgura/ Harper's Bazaar