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Saturday 28 May 2016

Miranda Kerr: Flynn is perfection

Published 04/01/2014

Miranda Kerr and son Flynn
Miranda Kerr and son Flynn

Miranda Kerr has shared her most “intimate” times with her son Flynn.

The model has Flynn, who turns three this month, with husband Orlando Bloom, who she announced she had separated from in October.

Miranda and Orlando have stayed on good terms and are often spotted out with the tot, who she says makes her life much brighter.

“It’s like no other experience I could have imagined,” she gushed to British magazine OK!

“Every day spent with my son is a perfect day. I’m blessed with a happy, healthy son and I could not ask for more.

“Our most intimate times include cooking in the kitchen, reading a book or painting – he loves being creative! Ending a magical day spent exploring the world and nature with a bath and reading a bedtime book is also something we love doing.”

Despite her busy schedule, Miranda makes sure she has a lot of time for Flynn.

When she’s on the road as a model, the 30-year-old takes him along.

“I try to prepare as best as possible to make it fun,” she explained.

“I give extra thought to my carry-on luggage to ensure I have my favourite books, colouring pencils and pads, and as he loves, loves, loves classical music, I make sure my iPod is charged so we can listen to music together. It’s also important to prepare his food for the flight so I take a little bag with his meals and snacks.”

Miranda shared that other things she and Flynn like to do together include hiking and dancing around to music.

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