Miranda Kerr’s killer figure and curves are on display in the December issue of Esquire UK. Shot by David Slijper for the magazine, Kerr models little clothing, but lets her body do most of the talking.
When asked about her body, however, Kerr shared: “I believe in celebrating the female figure and embracing what we’ve been given, not hiding that.”
Confessing she was a tomboy as a child, Kerr opens up to the magazine about growing up in the Australian countryside.
"I spent my childhood outdoors on my grandparents’ farm. I learned to ride a motorbike when I was about six, a little PeeWee 50," Kerr revealed about being a daredevil at heart.
"I’d climb trees — there was a big weeping willow. We had a flying fox [a zip-line]. I was so fortunate to grow up like that," she adds.
Kerr also says her love of nature has stayed with her as an adult. Despite her soaring supermodel career, Kerr insists she's still a country girl at heart. "I really feel that my body craves to be in the mountains or by the ocean or in the countryside. I still like to climb the odd tree. Yeah, it’s fun! I like to climb. I find it very rewarding."
"You feel like you’re going somewhere. I don’t like abseiling, though. I don’t like going down. I like going up. It is though! I got stuck up a tree when I was about seven, and my dad had to come and get the ladder to get me down. I loved to climb all the way up to the top. I must have been a koala in my past life."