Miranda Kerr's grandma inspired her style as she taught her that the type of fashion people opt for isn't important but the attitude of the person wearing it is.
Miranda Kerr's grandma inspired her style.
The former Victoria's Secret Angel's 77-year-old grandmother Ann taught her that the type of fashion people opt for isn't important but the attitude of the person wearing it is.
She told Clique magazine: ''My grandma has great style and really influenced me. The one thing that stayed with me was that fashion doesn't need to be expensive or complicated - just worn with grace and confidence.''
The 30-year-old beauty admits her fashion choices have changed since she became a mother to her two-year-old son Flynn - who she had with actor Orlando Bloom who she recently split from - and now chooses to wear flat shoes more than she previously did.
She explained: ''My style has definitely become a little more relaxed. Two-year-olds keep you very busy so my collection of flat shoes is definitely growing.''
Miranda loves being a mother and looks forward to the time she can spend with Flynn when she isn't at work.
She added: ''My son is the best thing that ever happened to me. My favourite times are when we sit and laugh. Flynn has the most infectious laugh.
''Since becoming a mother, I've re-evaluated my priorities and scheduled my work more efficiently to ensure my son is now my priority. When I get home after work or have a day off, I make a concerted effort to switch off and be present in the moment with him.''
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