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May 22

Miranda Kerr wardrobe malfunction – NSFW Photos

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After years of perfectly posing in cleavage baring pictures for lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret it seems somewhat ironic that Miranda Kerr accidentally reveals her breasts when shooting for a make-up range.

The 30-year-old model had perhaps unwisely decided to go without a bra on the windy shoot in Miami.

Mother-of-one Miranda was simply wearing a black off the shoulder jumper for the shoot when a gust of wind meant her chest was exposed to the whole crew.

Although an assistant rushed to cover up the Australian star, Miranda took a while to regain her modesty on the blustery shoot for Kora Cosmetics.

Miranda, who is married to Hollywood hunk Orlando Bloom, showed off her toned legs and slim body on the shoot – but all eyes were on the model’s cleavage as she rushed to finish up the photoshoot.

Speaking about her beauty brainchild, Miranda said: ‘KORA Organics is a reflection of my passion for living a healthy, balanced organic lifestyle that I want to share.’

Miranda set about creating her range because she was unable to find organic skincare anywhere in the beauty market.

Containing key ingredients such as lavender, aloe vera and rosehip oil, Miranda has ensured that everything is as organic as possible.

The range also includes Miranda’s secret beauty weapon: Noni.

Noni is a fruit native to the South Pacific Islands and a powerful antioxidant containing more than 170 vitamins and minerals that Miranda has been drinking since the age of 12.

She has long credited Tahitian Noni Juice, a drink made from the noni plant, and coconut oil for giving her a supermodel glow.

The obscure noni juice derives from the fruit of the Morinda citrifolia tree found in South-east Asia.

he told Australia’s Cosmopolitan magazine: ‘I’ve been drinking it since I was 14, and when I’ve got a long day ahead of me, it’s the one thing I can’t live without.’

Manufactures claim the liquid ‘supports your immune system, delivers superior antioxidants, increases energy, and allows greater physical performance levels.’

Bottles of the drink are not exactly cheap, retailing at around $38 (£25) for a litre of juice.

She said: ‘I wanted to develop a range of products that bring together the very best in skincare ingredients that are designed to nourish, replenish and hydrate the skin.






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