Yummy Mummy Miranda Kerr Tweets Baby Breastfeeding Picture
28 Apr in models
Supermodel Miranda Kerr knows more than anyone that life as a working mother is all about multi-tasking.
The lingerie model posted a photo to her Twitter page this week showing her catching a few moments with her baby son Flynn between takes at a photo-shoot.
The wife of Hollywood actor Orlando Bloom is seen sporting red high heeled-shoes and a gaping satin dressing-gown in the picture. She appears to be breastfeeding her three-month-old boy whilst sitting in a make-up chair.
The 28 year old combined the photo with the tweet: 'Another day in the office xxx'.
Having gone back to work eight weeks after giving birth to Flynn, Kerr is currently working on a new campaign for Victoria’s Secret.
The model is clearly a busy girl as she did a shoot on location in Malibu a few days ago, posing in a purple bathing suit for the company Have Faith Swimwear.
Kerr is very vocally in favour of breastfeeding as the very first photo she released of her son on her website proves—it shows her nursing him.
The model mum later revealed, 'The photo was one of the first photos Orlando took. We both loved it and we wanted to share it. The pleasant surprise was that it also had the added benefit of promoting breastfeeding which to me is the most natural thing in the world and I love it.
'I intend to breastfeed for as long as I can,' she added.
Bloom himself is busy, as he promotes his brand new movies Sympathy for Delicious and The Good Doctor, but the star took the time to reveal the inspiration behind his newborn’s name.
During his Wednesday appearance on chat show Live With Regis and Kelly, the actor disclosed that the moniker is a tribute to his gran Evelyn, who passed away during Kerr’s pregnancy.
He revealed: 'I was convinced we were going to have a girl because my grandmother actually passed when Flynn was conceived and she was really dear to my heart.
'Evelyn was my grandmother, on my father's side... I was thinking Evelyn. We're going to have a girl, it's going to be called Evelyn. And it was a boy. And so Flynn! Evelyn, Flynn. Flynn, Evelyn.'