Miranda Kerr Dresses Baby Flynn In The Same Outfits As Husband Orlando Bloom

Last night, New York saw a Victoria's Secret extravaganza complete with ridiculously gorgeous Angels, a whooping crowd and a glittery pink set. But no, this wasn’t the luxe lingerie brand’s latest catwalk show, this was the ‘Very Sexy for Spring 2012’ shindig, a talk show-esque event with veteran Angels Miranda Kerr and Erin Heatherton.

The hour-long special, which was streamed live online, saw ‘Very Sexy’ makeovers, an exercise segment, and words of wisdom for all those wannabe Angels. What’s more, the oh-so-hot Kerr dished on her favourite runway moments (wearing a snow bunny outfit and that Fantasy Bra, obvs) and revealed she buys outfits for baby Flynn that match hubby Orlando’s. How cute!

Victoria's Secret Angels Miranda Kerr and Erin Heatherton Talk Getting Pregnant

Image courtesy of Fashionista.com

After the show, Mrs Bloom, who gave birth last year, spoke to The Cut about life as a yummy mummy. ‘I wasn’t even sure if I wanted to come back to work or not, when I had my son. And now, you know, I work so much less than before I was pregnant. That’s the choice I made. Flynn is my priority — being there for him, making sure that I can cook for him, spend time for him, more important than anything else.’ Aw, what a lucky boy.

Erin joined in the baby talk and seeing as she’s now Leonardo DiCaprio’s arm candy, our ears instantly pricked up. ‘Is it in the water? Because I need to buy my own water!’ the blonde stunner said of fellow Angels Adriana Lima, Lily Aldridge and Alessandra Ambrosio all being knocked up. ‘I don’t know what is going on ... They’re dropping like flies. Who am I going to hang out with now? It’s scary.’ We say get involved, dear.



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