Victoria’s Secret’s Miranda Kerr: key to getting back in shape after 21-hour labor & birth of Kerrbloom’s 10 lb baby boy Flynn? Yoga.

Via on Jun 3, 2011

Also, she points out that what’s truly sexy is “being in the present moment.” Hear ye, hear ye!

Conan O’Brien ogles, and reports:

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