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Miranda Kerr Hits the Catwalk Two Months After Baby

03/03/2011 at 01:30 PM ET

Miranda Kerr Balenciaga Fashion Show
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Hot mama alert! Miranda Kerr surprised the audience at Thursday’s Balenciaga show at Paris Fashion Week, walking the runway just two months after giving birth. The 27-year-old Aussie, who welcomed son Flynn with husband Orlando Bloom on Jan. 6, modeled in Balenciaga’s Paris show for the fourth year in a row, presenting to a crowd that included her proud husband, his mom Sonia and Vogue editor Anna Wintour (baby Flynn arrived in Paris with the family the day before). Kerr posted some backstage shots on her blog Thursday, sharing pictures of her look — a black draped dress with leather details — and a last-minute makeup touch-up. Tell us: What do you think of Kerr’s return to the runway? Kate Hogan

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kayla on

hi ladies. i guess some pipo will find some of the stuff wrote offensive but maybe its not meant to be. i gave birth abt 7mths ago eventho my baby didnt make it but i had some troble losing the weight esp coz it was a c-sec and i was so traumatized, i didnt even notice the weight goin but i ended up losin more weight than usual tho i am gainin it back. its different for everyone n lets not kid ourselves genes also help. not every one can be thin but jus exercise, eat right and keep healthy for the sake of those beauty gifts. dont let such comments bother u, as long as u kno u are making an effort, feel good abt urself and be happy. each person is unique and different n besides life is too short and precious to get all workedup over stuff like this. enjoy ur babies and use that as a motivation to keep fit and healthy. healthy mommas means healthy babies. hugs. smile ladies. goodluck to u all

Sarah on

Sorry to disagree Anna, but heathwise, women are supposed to abstain from exercise the first 6 weeks after having a baby. Hormones releases during the later stage of pregnancy and labor can cause your blood to clot and can lead to life threatening embolisms. It takes a bit of time for the body to recover, and after Dr. clearence, by all means work out. 6 weeks is very extreme. I have 3 babies all very large at birth and had no problem losing the 60 lbs I gained with each. Losing baby weight is a marathon and not a sprint!

Natalie on

Hahaha you ladies just need to calm down. Miranda looks great.

Anna’s comment was wholy appropriate. For those who are content with your post baby body and have no intentions of getting into shape, of course if you weren’t in shape before hand I doubt you’ll care now, but there are those of us who want to be satisfied with our bodies. To be the best mother we can be, in shape, fit, confident. I want to be a lasting image and role model for my daughter. I enjoy excercise and have an amazing post baby body. If you really don’t care about your self image, more power to you, just don’t get offended if someone one says something to you and you get upset and defensive. Looks like you might be the one needing to hop off that “high horse.”

Moni on

Honestly, there is an easy answer and solution to not hanging on to the baby fat. Dont gain it to begin with! Simple.

lola on

Anna, who was watching your baby while you were vigorously exercising? Do you work? Do you have other children? Are you a completely vapid and solipsistic?

zusje on

@ Natalie I hope you enjoy your “amazing post baby body” cause when you hit around 50 and there’s no one else around you because of your nasty attitude I’m pretty sure the pictures of your “amazing body” will be a great comfort!

@ Anna,good for you for realising your comments might have been harshed and hurt someone,and owning up to it!Now that to me is real beauty!

At all the ladies,whether they had babies,didn’t have babies,struggled or not with weight(post baby or not) hang in there…stay healthy and be happy with who you are,not who other people think you should be!

JFT on

Wow…why can’t women support each other!?!? My thoughts: who cares as long as you are happy! If being happy means working out tons to lose the pre-pregnancy weight or being happy with the 20 or so extra pounds…WHO CARES! all that matters is that the person is happy! Here is what I can not stand, and where I agree with Anna….I HATE when people complain about being overweight or not at their ideal weight and do NOTHING about it! Complaining and whining to all of your friends/family will change nothing! So for these people, the ones who complain about their weight and offer excuse after excuse, get off your butt and do whatever it will take to make yourself happy! Because honestly, I personally feel that the only way to be a truly great parent is if you are happy with yourself first!

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Liffster on

There are some genetic considerations, yes, but they shouldn’t be the easy out to stay fat. If you’re careful during the pregnancy, which is better for both of you, you shouldn’t have to worry about the need to lose it later. I had five babies and, after gaining 60 lbs with the first one, learned a good lesson: being preggers is not an excuse to eat everything in sight, nor is having a newborn an excuse not to exercise a little. The next four arrived in perfect health and I walked out of the hospital in pre-pregnancy clothes. I’ve had to fight weight gain all my life and sometimes I don’t win but when you’re pregnant and nursing, you have to be your very best for your own health and the baby’s.

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