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Miranda Kerr Back To Work And Breastfeeding On The Job

Miranda Kerr, back on the job and breastfeeding

Usually I hate when celebrities look way hotter than I could ever dream of looking at any point in life – three months after they’ve given birth. Not only that, but they’re in bikinis at photo shoots.

Such is the case with new mom Miranda Kerr, but for some reason, I kind of dig her. I’m not sure why, what with pushing out a ten-pound baby without epidurals and all the tweeting breastfeeding photos of herself, she’s treading dangerously close into sanctimonious Giselle Bundchen territory. But I like what she’s doing for the breastfeeding in public cause. Anything that can help do away with the stigma is a good thing.

Breastfeeding or something she isn’t sharing with the world seems to be doing wonders for Kerr’s post-baby body — she posted a photo of herself nursing 3-month-old son Flynn while at a shoot for Victoria’s Secret on Thursday. Yes, that’s right. Three months after giving birth she’s posing for photos in her underwear.

“Another day in the office. Back to work for VS. Flynn is with me on set! Lil cutie pie Xxx,” Kerr, 28, Tweeted.

The supermodel, who gave birth to her son with Orlando Bloom on January 6, was already back in catwalk shape in March! That’s when she made a surprise return to the runway. She was also spotted in Malibu earlier this month, where she showed off her trim and toned figure during a photo shoot.

What does her husband Bloom think of her post-baby body?

“It’s genetics,” he said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday. “It’s amazing. She looks incredible.”

When DeGeneres asked how she got back into shape so quickly, Bloom, 34, responded, “A lot of breastfeeding.”

Doubt it, Orlando. Breastfeeding may help a little, but not like that. I’m thinking you were right on the first count. Genetics.

What do you guys thing? Is Miranda’s post baby behavior inspiring or annoying?

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