Miranda Kerr has swapped Victoria's Secret for Wonderbra, posing in the rival lingerie company's new campaign.
Miranda Kerr has become the new face of Wonderbra.
The Australian beauty has been unveiled as the cleavage-enhancing lingerie brand's new spokesmodel , just one year after her contract with Victoria's Secret ended.
The 30-year-old model shows off her lithe limbs and toned stomach in the new campaign shots, following in the footsteps of Eva Herzigova, who appeared in Wonderbra's iconic 'Hello Boys' ads in the 90s.
The campaign was named the most iconic advert ever, but the underwear brand have shied away from using famous models in recent years.
Last April, Miranda cited her desire to focus on raising her son Flynn, three, as the reason for hanging up her Angel wings after six years in the inner circle of Victoria's Secret models.
She admitted: ''I realised I needed to prioritise my time. I'm just not in a position to commit to a full contract at this time. It's three months at bare minimum.''
Miranda can add Wonderbra to the long list of lucrative gigs she has landed in recent months, including Swarovski, H&M and Reebok.
The sexy star also has her own line of natural skincare products called Kora Organics.