So… ya boy Terry Richardson just shot this new ad for Harper’s Bazaar‘s picks for fly Fall boots and Miranda Kerr is rocking them all… sans anything else. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t love the ads. And honestly? I did look at the boots for like five whole minutes! And they’re all really nice. And then I moved on to the… um… situation that is Miranda Kerr‘s um, situation. Lol. She looks insane in the body, but I guess we already knew that. And those of you who’ve been checking out those recently-leaked nude photos of the super-duper model, definitely know what it is. I’ve only checked those out, like, once, but no judgement on anyone who just made that link their homepage. No judgement at all. Check out the rest of Miranda‘s shoot inside. I desperately want to say something about how the name Puss N’ Boots has really taken on new meaning, but that would be so crass and vulgar and beneath me so, yeah no. Just check out the NSFW photos. LOL. No, but seriously. These are hella NSFW.
So there’s that to deal with. And I know after all that, you’re really wondering what Miranda Kerr is (and isn’t) eating, so here’s an excerpt from her interview with the magazine:
HB: You are known for your healthy lifestyle. How has motherhood affected that?
MK: I live by the philosophy that beauty starts from within and I make a conscious effort to fill my body with nutrients through the food I eat. Becoming a mother has made me even more aware and more passionate about nutrition and wellness. So much so that I am now a certified health coach practitioner. I love when we are all together as a family and I can cook really healthy, delicious meals for them. Most of my childhood was spent outdoors climbing trees, swimming in the river, riding dirt bikes and horses and I would like Flynn to experience all of those things.
HB: If you only have a half hour to work out for a day what would you do?
MK: Yoga is at the core of my health and wellness routine, even if it’s only for 10 to 15 minutes I find it helps me to re-center and to focus as well as improve my overall core strength. Then I’ll do a few extra squats for my butt and thighs.
HB: In terms of diet, do you follow any hard and fast guidelines?
MK: Rather than diet my family instilled in me a real appreciation and passion for good health and organic living. I adopt the 80/20 rule. 80% good, 20% indulgent and that works for me and my body personally. I love food and enjoy eating fresh organic produce. I drink warm water and lemon every morning and I also drink lots of good quality purified and preferably alkaline water throughout the day. My Nan introduced me to Noni juice when I was twelve years old, which I drink twice daily. I treat myself occasionally and don’t have any guilt or conditions placed on it. Food is my friend and consistency is the key. I believe that everything in moderation is best.
HB: Favorite guilty-pleasure food?
MK: I really love organic dark chocolate covered gogi berries.
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Gogi berries. There you have it. And now we also know that the girl in the boots is a certified health coach practitioner. Which somehow, makes perfect sense.
So what do ya’ll think of the boots? And the booty? Gogi berries, anyone? I’ll totally have what she’s having.