Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr reveals she likes women as well as men

Australian Victoria’s Secret model has told GQ that she would not rule out a relationship with another woman – though she prefers men in the bedroom

Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr reveals she likes women as well as men
04 April 2014

Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr has spoken about her love of the female form in a new interview with GQ magazine – revealing that she would not rule out a relationship with another woman.

‘I appreciate both men and women,’ Kerr said in the interview, ‘I love the female body and truly appreciate the female form.’

‘I really enjoy sketching women, especially their backs.’

Kerr said that she preferred sex with men but was open to the idea of a same-sex relationship.

‘I definitely need a man in the bedroom,’ Kerr said.

‘[I like] a nice strong chest to lie on. Still, I want to explore. Never say never.’

Kerr split from Lord of the Rings star Orlando Bloom in October of 2013 though they remain on good terms.

Bloom thanked Kerr at the unveiling of his Hollywood Walk of Fame star on Wednesday for giving him, ‘the greatest gift of all – my son.’

In a 2008 interview Kerr said that if she would switch teams for anyone it would be for Australian model Megan Gale.

Watch that interview below

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