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Miranda Kerr’s post-baby body: What does yoga have to do with it?

Miranda Kerr yoga

By Briana Rognlin for

Miranda Kerr has been getting a lot of attention lately for her knockout post-baby body, and knockout it is: The 28-year-old model is hitting the catwalk only seven months after giving birth to her son, Flynn.

I’ll admit that headlines about her lightning-quick pregnancy recovery make me a little jealous, but what annoys me most about them is that they’re chalking up her Victoria’s Secret-friendly physique to yoga. For the record, I’d like to say: I’ll put my next paycheck on the fact that yoga isn’t the only reason she looks so great.

In a recent interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Kerr cooked up some tamari-marinated salmon with broccoli for a reporter and spilled about the changes her new family life has brought, including what it’s done (or not) to her body.

Keep reading to find out what Kerr had to say…

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