Miranda Kerr not ready for another baby... yet

Miranda Kerr and husband Orlando Bloom at the 2013 Oscars.
Miranda Kerr and husband Orlando Bloom at the 2013 Oscars. Bang Showbiz

MIRANDA Kerr isn't ready to have more children.

The Australian supermodel - who has a two-year-old son Flynn with her British actor husband Orlando Bloom - has revealed that although the couple is looking forward to expanding their family, they are not ready to have another baby just yet.

Asked whether they are planning to have another baby soon, the 29-year-old Victoria's Secret model told 'Entertainment Tonight Canada': "I love motherhood. Someday, but not right now."

The brunette beauty, who married Orlando, 36, in 2010, explained that despite the huge amount of travelling they have to do for their careers, they try to make sure Flynn sticks to a schedule and enjoys a normal childhood.

She said: "We have the schedule planned out for him. We make sure he's doing his play dates, he's doing enough reading time, he's doing enough drawing and painting, arts and crafts and also a lot of fun time.

"We like to dance. You know, turn the music up, dancing around the kitchen. It's one of our favourite pastimes."

When she's not working, Miranda likes to spend a lot of quality time with Flynn without any distractions because she feels it is important to be "present with him when I am there, phones off, like the bonding one-on-one time."

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Miranda recently became the new spokesperson for Kids Helpline, which provides free phone and online counselling to youngsters aged between five and 25, and previously revealed her son inspired her to take on the role.

She said: "I want every child in Australia to know that there is someone who will listen to them, someone who can talk to them, no matter how big or small the issue."

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