Miranda Kerr Gets Naked For GQ, Shares Love Of Sex, Sketching, And Taking It Slow
Sex, sex & sex: Miranda Kerr talked of little else in her racy new GQ shoot.
Miranda Kerr is this months' GQ cover star and features in a racy, nearly-naked shoot alongside candid interview. The 30 year-old Australian model bares all in every possible way in front of Mario Testino's lens and to GQ's Jonathan Heaf as she speaks openly about her love life and her split from British actor Orlando Bloom, with whom she has a young son, Flynn.
Miranda Kerr Features On The Cover Of This Month's GQ Magazine.
Though Kerr doesn't state who she is currently seeing, she did reveal that she was back on the scene: "I'm dating. I'm loving it. Two happy parents are better than two unhappy parents," she says, adding "This is my time to explore and have some fun. I'm not looking to fall in love again quickly."
"I still get chatted up a lot. I've had some crazy, ridiculous proposals - stuff that you wouldn't even see in the movies. No blind dates, however, and I never google a man's name before I meet him," Miranda said before indicating that she probably hasn't met anyone who will fill Orlando's shoes just yet. "Orlando and I always had great chemistry. One-night stands aren't my thing. I made Orlando wait for six months until I even kissed him," the Victoria's Secret model shared.
The conversation quickly turned saucy as Kerr delved deeper into her sex life and what makes her happy. "One thing I've noticed is now that I'm having less sex my body isn't as toned. The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get," said Kerr. "I always ask for a critique on my performance: I always want to better myself in every way," she revealed, adding "The older I get, the more confident I am about asking for things I enjoy."
Kerr Made Her Sex Life The Focus Of Her New Interview.
As a result of this newfound confidence, she also revealed that now she's single again she'll be looking forward to living out all her bisexual fantasies. "I appreciate both men and women,' the Sydney-born supermodel told the publication. She adds: "I love the female body and truly appreciate the female form. I really enjoy sketching women, especially their backs." However, she admits "I definitely need a man in the bedroom, however - a nice strong chest to lie on. Still, I want to explore. Never say never."
As a parting shot the jetsetting catwalk star shared her tips for keeping long distance travel interesting, including joining the mile-high club: "Let's put it this way, I've had an orgasm in the air before...Alone. And together." Miranda Kerr stars in the May 2014 issue of GQ, out on Thursday.