She's got a figure that men and women around the globe lust after.
So it's no wonder that Miranda Kerr believes women should be celebrating their bodies, rather than hiding them away.
The Victoria's Secret model has flaunted the figure that saw her become one of the world's best-loved supermodels in a sizzling new photoshoot for Esquire magazine.
Posing in a fur bolero jacket and French knickers, Miranda shows off her taut stomach in one shot - captured by acclaimed photographer David Slijper.
In another, the mother-of-one dons spiky stilettos and a leather-embellished jacket as she throws her head back - revealing the perfectly-formed figure that earned her the mantle of 'Sexiest Woman Alive.'
In the accompanying interview, Miranda revealed she thinks women should celebrate their bodies - whatever their size or shape.
"I believe in celebrating the female figure and embracing what we've been given, not hiding that," she said.
Giving her views on what is sexy, she continued: "I don't really think of rules, as long as it's classy and timeless and it's something I wouldn't be ashamed of."
Miranda, who gave birth to her first child with husband Orlando Bloom last year, also revealed that while she's at home on the catwalk - she's still a country girl at heart.
She added to Esquire: "I spent my childhood outdoors on my grandparents' farm.
"I learned to ride a motorbike when I was about six... I'd climb trees.
"I was so fortunate to grow up like that."
We're guessing that would account for that bod then...
Check out the full interview with Miranda Kerr in the December issue of Esquire, on sale Thursday, November 1. Also available as a digital edition.