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Miranda Kerr preps body for fashion show

Miranda Kerr has been exercising to get her "booty up" ahead of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

The model has been chosen to wear this year's Fantasy bra, called the Treasure, at next month's presentation. She gave birth to son Flynn in January and admits she's worked had to get in shape before strutting her stuff in her underwear.

Miranda was talking at an event to promote the $2.5 billion bra she'll be wearing at the annual event. She insisted she isn't nervous about stripping off as being chosen to don the piece is such an honour.

"This is something I've always wanted to do," Fashionista.com quotes her as saying.

"I do yoga. That's something I consistently do as well as Pilates. So I've been doing that for the past six months. But I've been doing more squats because you gotta get that booty up - you really can't hide anything when you're up there on that runway - you've got cameras coming at you from every angle."

The Fantasy Treasure Bra was created by London Jewellers in Long Island. It boasts almost 3,400 stones, of which there are 142 carats of yellow and white diamonds. The push-up piece is an aquamarine colour and also includes pearls and citrine stones which are all set in gold. The main stones in the bra are two eight carat white diamonds and a pair of yellow diamonds which are over 13 carats.

While at the event, Miranda took the time to gush about her son. She and husband Orlando Bloom love being parents, and she's been amazed by how involved her spouse has been.

"[Orlando is] the best father, I'm really lucky. He wants to do everything. He changes the diapers, we have family bath time. It's really nice," she told New York Post's Page Six.

"[At the moment Flynn's] teething, and he's jet-lagged because we just got here from Europe. I had about three hours sleep, and meanwhile he's sound asleep. It is a little tiring, but you do your best as a mother, and I wouldn't want to miss it for the world."

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