Los Angeles: Australian model Miranda Kerr, who has been giving us body envy with numerous bikini Twitpics recently, has gone a step ahead and posted a topless photograph of herself online. In the picture, she has censored her modesty on her own. This black-and-white photo features her splashing her twin assets in the sea wearing only a pair of bikini bottoms.
Miranda Kerr, who was pictured flashing side boob on a photoshoot yesterday, posted this steamy picture of her twin assets on Instagram and Twitter. Meanwhile, the model also left a caption, "You're the best @chriscolls @koraorganicsbymk #purenature #freespirit."
Miranda Kerr appears to be using her hands to partially protect her modesty. She has been a busy bee of late, travelling the globe on work assignments and high-profile social occasions. But Miranda did recently reveal that she spends a lot of time perfecting her body.
Miranda Kerr says, "I live by the philosophy that beauty starts from within, and in my line of work as a model I pay a lot of attention to what I put into my body. If you feel like [eating] some chocolate, have a little piece of chocolate. Allow yourself to have a little indulgence without going overboard. Don't do it every day."
Miranda Kerr, who was born on April 20, 1983, is an Australian model and she rose to prominence in 2007 as one of the Victoria's Secret Angels.
Miranda Kerr is the first Australian to participate in the Victoria's Secret campaign and also represents Australian fashion chain David Jones.
Miranda Kerr began modelling in the fashion industry when she was 13. She first began working for Chaay's Modelling Agency and soon won the 1997 Australian nationwide model search hosted by Dolly magazine and Impulse fragrances.
Miranda Kerr has a stunning figure and she has maintained it well by practicing yoga and meditation regularly.
Miranda Kerr is married to English actor Orlando Bloom. Recently, it was rumoured that their relationship had hit a rough patch. But she has denied the reports saying that they are very much together.