Miranda Kerr Hits the Catwalk Two Months After Baby

03/03/2011 at 01:30 PM ET

Miranda Kerr Balenciaga Fashion Show
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Hot mama alert! Miranda Kerr surprised the audience at Thursday’s Balenciaga show at Paris Fashion Week, walking the runway just two months after giving birth. The 27-year-old Aussie, who welcomed son Flynn with husband Orlando Bloom on Jan. 6, modeled in Balenciaga’s Paris show for the fourth year in a row, presenting to a crowd that included her proud husband, his mom Sonia and Vogue editor Anna Wintour (baby Flynn arrived in Paris with the family the day before). Kerr posted some backstage shots on her blog Thursday, sharing pictures of her look — a black draped dress with leather details — and a last-minute makeup touch-up. Tell us: What do you think of Kerr’s return to the runway? Kate Hogan


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[…] weer doen. Haar man Orlando Bloom zat samen met zijn moeder front row om zijn vrouw te steunen.Klik hier voor de foto van Miranda Kerr op de catwalk bij Balenciaga.Tags: balenciaga, grazianieuws, Miranda […]

MJ on

Being healthy is important for everyone. As a Mom of a 14 month old and 2 month old I thank the birth of my boys for giving me the push I needed to eat well and exercise more. It is something that I struggle with everyday but I realize that I am a roll model for my kids and I want them to grow up eating healthy and exercising as part of their normal everyday lives. I gained 50lbs during my first pregnancy and only lost 20 of that before getting pregnant with my second. I spent 4 weeks in the hospital after a rough pre eclampsia episode and did nothing but sit and hold my baby. The day we were released I vowed to take off every pregnancy pound and then some. I started my journey the next day and make a little progress every day.

With all that said what is wrong with us women. One person makes a comment and everyone jumps on her with claws out and nasty name calling. Everyone is entitiled to their own opinion and views. Seriously ladies we are reading stories on People.com lighten up. We spend this time lashing out at one and other instead we could be doing some squats or making a healthy meal.

Chan on

Miranda would of already had a contract obligation to do this show She looks good. Its not hard to lose weight if you have chefs to cook for you, personal trainers and nannies at your finger tips.

kita on


Shannon on

I work FT and baby absolutley does not sleep thorugh the night. I cant give up any time with him while he’s awake…or gigve up sleepo when he;s sleeping. My personal needs, like being fit, are low priority right now.

Madison on

I know plenty of people who use having a baby as an excuse of not losing weight. I do understand that there can be health issues which may prevent some women from working out regularly, but I know some who still scarf down pizza and milkshakes. With my 1st daughter I lost all my weight within 2 weeks (thank you breastfeeding). I just had my 2nd daughter 6 weeks ago, and I’m now down to my pre-pregnancy weight (although size-wise I still have an inch to go). To all the prego women, if you want to lose all your baby weight, work out throughout your entire pregnancy if you get the ‘ok’ from your doc. With both I was on the treadmill the day before giving birth.

lorie on

breastfeeding your baby is a very good way to lose weight. breastfeeding is similar to climbing up a mountain. so you can spend every moment with your baby and exercise without exercising. and moms, please don’t judge other moms. remember, every woman is built differently.

Angela on

Wow, I cannot believe how vain Anna must be!!! Big deal that you lost all your weight in 6 weeks….. If you even really did. I have had 2 children and had a hard time with the weight. It took an entire year the first time around, and 4 months the second. It is impossible to resume workouts after having a c-section both times and children with minor health issues. Not to mention, having female problems as well. My children’s health and well-being were my top priority, not getting the weight off. I’ll take my flawed body any day. Celebrities send the wrong message to women and girls. It should be about being healthy for not only you, but for your family too. Not seeing who can lose the weight the fastest, at any cost!

Chantal on

You have really caused a riot here. Please take all the opinions here into consideration the next time you decide to be presumptuous and insensitive.

jh on

@ Anna, your comment is mean and heartless. I had 1 child and 6 years later have not been able to loose all the weight. It has nothing to do with taking care of yourself. I did everything humanly possible, to include working with a personal trainer for over a year and going vegan. some women are just not able to return to that weight, adn 6 weeks is impossible since most doctors wont allow you to return to working out until 6 weeks after a delivery, but good for you. remember no one is the same amd being rude and heartless like you were makes women feel terrible about themselves in a time when they already have to deal with this odd concept that every women is a size 2.

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