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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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Jon on

I like The PHOTO and I think Kerr’s return to The Runway was great!

Jenna on

She looks great! Baby Flynn has such good looking parents! :)

Sheri on

Anna, someone actually agreed to mate with you more than once? Some guys will put up with anything.

Julie on

I feel really bad for the people in Anna’s life. They must really hate her. Cheer up! Enjoy life and your kids! I gave birth to two beautiful healthy babies 26 minutes apart. Twins, I carried two babies and researched heavily what I needed to eat to be sure they would not be born tiny or deprived and continued to do so to provide sufficient breastmilk for several months afterwards. I work full time, an hour away from home, my husband works evenings so I am alone with the babies every minute that I am with them. Theres no one to watch them while I workout, cook, pack meals, etc. Aside from taking the babies for a walk/jog when the weather is nice, exercise was not an option for quite some time. Now that they are ten months old and moving all over I am comfortable taking them to play at the daycare in the gym for a short workout a few times a week. Still, I would not judge another mom who was not comfortable doing that! I feel sorry for your kids!

Julie on

Oh, and Miranda does look amazing! Sure I wish I had the time and help to put that effort into looking nice but I still dont know that I could give up that time with my kid-o’s!

Alli on

Wow, you guys are really being harsh on Anna! She is just speaking the truth and you all are calling her names. Do I sense a bit of jealousy?!? Everyone has thier own way of doing things and you should be respectful of others. The name calling is a little juvenile. As for my opinion, I am sure Miranda is a wonderful mother. Just because you want to exercise and eat right after having a child doesn’t make you a bad parent. Plus she is wearing a more loose fitting outfit so she may not be back to her original shape yet as others have said. You can’t tell from one picture.

jgcmm on

Ladies, Seriously?! Put the claws back in! So, since Anna stated her opinion on how she feels about being healthy, is a reason to attack? Good grief! God forbid we have different opinions. As for you Sheri, I bet her husband was more than happy to have children with her and I bet she is a great mom. AND before you all go there and ASSUME…I am the mother of a 5 month old with plenty of weight still to lose…but I still look good!

Emily on

Being healthy and being a certain weight aren’t always synonymous.

I think mothers and all people should focus on eating well and staying active. Whatever that looks like for each individual is fine, but it’s important to keep in mind models make a career out of how they look. And they have to look extraordinary meaning they probably don’t look like the rest of us. So perhaps we should focus on taking care of ourselves and being proud of our healthy bodies instead of striving to achieve literally super model body status.

CARY on

I half way agree with Anna, I see women ALL the time use pregnancy as an excuse to eat 1000′s more calories a day then continue to carry the extra weight YEARS later using excuse after excuse!! But we need to keep in mind that most of the woman that do that are unhealthy and lazy (not my word)to begin with. Taking care of your health is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and why in the world would you jeopardize it ecspecially when you are resposible for the life in your stomach?! Complications do happen every day but a lot of those complications stem from the mother being overweight and as Anna puts it “lazy” (not my word again) to begin with!!! I think Miranda is being a great role model, do you see her bones sticking out her collerbone, I sure dont!!

AmyAnthony on

I will take a guess and say that anyone who’s attacking Anna has a weight problem themselves. There’s no reason to “eat for two” during a pregnancy, and studies show you only need to consume 300 calories more daily. You should exercise throughout the pregnancy and you’ll find you’ll snap back very quickly.

I am an avid runner with a full-time job who ran through my 8th month. I gained 25 lbs (which is totally normaly) and lost it in 2 months. To say you have “baby weight” when your child is 18-months is false. It’s just called fat.

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