Miranda Kerr doesn't see herself as a sex symbol but says she's comfortable to pose in her underwear as she's happy with the way she looks.
Miranda Kerr doesn't see herself as a sex symbol.
The Australian beauty - who is often voted one of the world's sexiest woman - says she's happy showing off her gorgeous body during the Victoria's Secret shows but doesn't regard herself in the same way others do.
She told vogue.co.uk: ''It's not really something I'm aware of and it's definitely not how I see myself. I think it is something that definitely comes from working with Victoria's Secret because that's all about sexiness and all of the girls are so beautiful. I'm comfortable with it, but I don't look at myself in that way!''
Miranda - who has a 15-month-old son, Flynn, with husband Orlando Bloom - says she's happy with how she looks and always focuses on the positives rather than the negatives.
She said; ''I never focus on the negative. Everyone has things that they don't love about themselves, but I think that, as women, it's much healthier and more positive to focus on your good parts and the things you like about yourself - not pick yourself apart or be too hard on yourself. Everyone has a different beauty and different qualities and I think that women need to learn to love their qualities and be comfortable in the fact that everyone is different.''