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As a mother-of-one and the second-highest-paid model in the world, Miranda Kerr certainly has plenty to be proud of, but she has not always found reasons to be confident.
The 30-year-old supermodel opened up to Cosmopolitan about how the pressures of the modelling industry have made it difficult in the past to find self-esteem and balance in her life.
'Models are some of the most insecure people I've ever met,' she said. 'They're constantly being told they're not good enough. You've really got to practice loving yourself.'
Talking about launching her modelling career at the tender age of 13, Ms Kerr explains: 'There was so much rejection in the beginning.'
But now, with 17 years of modelling under her belt, 'My life is more balanced than ever,' she says.
Today, the former Victoria's Secret Angel - who also owns organic skincare brand Kora Organics - is such a fashion industry star that even her two-year-old son Flynn has caught on to her fame.
'Flynn says Mommy works and Daddy plays, because Daddy is in a play,' she says of her husband Orlando Bloom's current role in Romeo And Juliet on Broadway. 'So that makes sense.'
But while her son may see her as the hard-working one, Ms Kerr says she has huge admiration for her husband - particularly his incredible work ethic.
'For someone to be able to learn all that and hold the energy to do it every day, six days a week - I have so much respect for him,' she said of his perfornance in Romeo in Juliet, which saw her 'blown away.'
She added, however, that they tend to stay out of each other's work lives - meaning she doesn't help him learn lines. 'We keep that very separate. That would be like me asking him to teach me how to catwalk.'
'Let the man do some things for you, because if he cares for you, he will want to,' she said, explaining that at home she 'slip[s] into a more feminine role.'
Getting into her 'feminine role' involves taking everything off and putting on sexy underwear, her Stella McCartney silk robe and red lipstick.
On the cover, she reveals her taut abs in a white bra with a zip down the middle, her blue eyes standing out under taupe eye shadow.
Despite her good looks and status as a sexy symbol, the supermodel insists she isn't just a pretty face, telling the magazine: 'I'm a lot stronger than people think.'
Staying positive is just one of the ways she proves that she is driven. 'I'm that person who says, no matter what the problem is, there's a solution,' she said.
In a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot, the Australian beauty also talks about how she stays on top of her health.
'We're human, it's good to be able to have a little indulgence,' she said. 'You do the best you can and make conscious decisions.'
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