Miranda Kerr Dishes On $2.5 Mil Bra, Natural Childbirth, & Orlando Needing An Epidural

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Nov. 28 2011, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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A-list husbands, $2.5 million bras, pap-friendly toddlers -- it's all a day in the life of supermodel Miranda Kerr.

The 28-year-old Australian stunner appeared on Chelsea Lately Monday, telling the show that wearing a bra that costs $2.5 million (for her upcoming CBS special) was "pretty fun.

"It's not everyday you get to wear a $2.5 million bra!" she said.

Host Chelsea Handler added, "And the boobies to go along with it, because you’re still breastfeeding!" referring to Kerr’s baby son with Pirates Of The Caribbean star Orlando Bloom, Flynn.

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The ladies also discussed Kerr's decision to have a natural birth January 6, 2011, when she delivered Flynn.

"I was so determined to have a natural childbirth," she said. "Now I can much more easily handle a paper cut".

Kerr said that little Flynn is very outgoing, even to the cameramen that follow his family around.

“During an outing, I was pulling the scarf over to cover him from the paparazzi, and he was pulling it down, like, ‘Hey guys! Here I am."'


Kerr added she "was actually induced during labor, so it was much more intense," and that Bloom actually needed an epidural more than she did!

Before the end of her segment, Kerr told Handler she's a big favorite in her native Australia for her brand of pithy observations.

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"They appreciate your sense of humor ... we all love you down under," Kerr said to Handler.

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show airs Tuesday at 10/9c on CBS.



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