Supermodel Miranda Kerr has admitted she has ''a wicked side'' and he has a few drunken nights out, but she prefers to stay in control and starts every day with a prayer.
Miranda Kerr has ''a wicked side''.
The supermodel has insisted while she likes to ''party and have a drink'', she knows her limits and tries to make sure she doesn't ''take it too far'' when she's on a night out.
She told the Sunday Times newspaper's Style magazine: ''Of course I have a wicked side. Don't we all? I can go to a party and have a drink or two and dance all night, but I don't feel the need to overdo it.
''Of course I have been [drunk] a few times in my life. I can actually have fun and enjoy myself without having to take it too far. A little party never killed nobody - that's from ['The Great Gatsby'], right?
''I love music, I love dancing. I dance every day in my house, everything from Tiesto to Dr Dre to Chopin.''
However, Miranda also explained she enjoys her own quiet time, and revealed she begins everyday with a prayer.
She added: ''I like to set the scene before I even get to work with a prayer, and setting the tone with intention.
''Always, before I go to work, I bless this day, let it be illuminated with light and love.''
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