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Miranda Kerr Talks Babies And Giving Birth On The Cover Of Harper's Bazaar UK

Miranda Kerr

Oh, that Miranda Kerr. Here she goes again talking about giving birth the natural way, losing her baby weight and being an organic mom, despite the fact that she gave birth 18 months ago. I guess you can never tell the same story so many times over!

Actually, I kind of like Miranda but I don’t understand why she’s still talking about her birth ordeal when we’ve heard it so many times now. Perhaps she’s pregnant again? I find that usually when celebrity moms talk about motherhood and babies and breastfeeding, it’s only followed by a pregnancy announcement soon after. Here are some highlights from her interview with Harper’s Bazaar UK:

Kerr on whether she’ll have more kids: “‘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.”

Losing the baby weight: “‘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.”

She loves to sing: “I love to sing, and I’ve recorded a few covers and originals with friends, but I haven’t written any songs” she reveals.

She doesn’t want Orly to watch her on the catwalk: “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.”

Giving birth to Flynn: “I had made a decision that I wanted to do it [naturally]. I had been watching all these baby-bonding videos, and [without epidural] when the baby comes out it goes straight onto the breast” she explains. “Then they showed ones right after the epidural, and that didn’t happen. The baby was a little bit drugged up, and I was like ‘Well, I don’t want that.’ I wanted to give him the best possible start in life I could.”

The perfect morning: “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.”

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