It’s been difficult to miss Miranda Kerr today. First, her nude cover of Australian Harpers Bazaar emerged, then the she appeared as the ninth day of LOVE magazine’s LOVE Advent campaign.
The video shows the former Victoria’s Secret model pose topless before wandering across a pool in a lingerie-themed early Christmas present to the world.
Having modelled from a young age, Kerr’s landed multiple Vogue covers and been the face of a number of brands including Clinique and H&M. She’s also been a regular feature on the Forbes list of top-earning models.
She first reached a global platform in 2006, starring in the music video for Number One, an early hit for a seemingly pre pubescent Pharrell Williams and Kanye West. Fortunately for Kerr, the video didn’t suffer the same fate as Pharrell’s rapey 2013 hit Blurred Lines.
A year after Number One, Kerr started dating – and later married – British actor Orlando Bloom. On one occasion in 2009, the couple had their home broken into by a horny bunch of robbers known as the Bling Ring, who were allegedly on the hunt for Kerr’s Victoria’s Secret lingerie.
Kerr made global headlines again when bank worker David Kiely appeared to be viewing explicit photos of her on his computer while in the background of a live television interview on Australian television’s Channel 7.
Kerr saw the funny side, and backed a campaign for Kiely to keep his job. He did.
Speaking to Australian TV show Today about dating, she also suggested what men need to do to take her out is more simple than you might think.
“Planning. And a good heart I guess,” Kerr explained.
But after making ex-husband Bloom wait six months for his first kiss, it’s best not go in all guns blazing.
“Be patient,” Kerr continued. “It’s important to get to know someone and connect. That was instilled into me from a young age.”
Unfortunately for any prospective suitors, Kerr is now reportedly dating billionaire Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel.
At least you can still enjoy the LOVE Advent video. Just make sure nobody is being interviewed for national television behind you.
Loaded reporter Robert McCallum has written for many leading culture magazines and websites about music, sport, science, politics, fashion and arts. Follow Robert at @therobmccallum