See Miranda Kerr’s First Sexy Photo Shoot for Harper Bazaar Australia Post Split from Orlando Bloom [PHOTOS/VIDEO]

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By Floyd Allen | December 11, 2013 11:59 AM EST

Miranda Kerr proves she still is full of surprises since her split from Orlando Bloom. The model's first grand gesture of moving on with life was going topless for a shoot.

Racy photos of the former David Jones ambassador will be featured in the January-February 2014 issue of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Expect to see captivating photos of the stunning Aussie model as she was photographed by famous fashion shutterbug, Terry Richardson.

The former Mango model also opened up in the Harper issue set for release next month. Kerr talks about her split from Orlando Bloom.

“It’s difficult for anyone to go through a separation, whether it’s on a public scale or not,” said the model in a report by News.com.au.

She emphasized during the interview the importance of keeping a good relationship with the estranged husband for her son, Flynn.

“It was important for us long-term to preserve our friendship and the dynamic of being loving parents to Flynn so we dealt with everything openly and honestly.”

This is the first time, Miranda will be featured on print after her high-profile split from the “Lord of the Rings” actor. The word "surprise” is an understatement for Miranda Kerr who has been on after the difficult phase of separation,

When the model gave birth to Flynn more than two years ago, the Australian model surprised everyone as she strutted her stuff in a French catwalk barely two months after. As if no 8-lbs-baby Flynn came out from her tiny womb, Miranda hit the catwalk for Balenciaga’s Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear collection at the Paris Fashion Week in March 2011 just two months after she gave birth to Flynn on Jan. 6, 2011.

The event marked her first post-pregnancy appearance bringing Miranda on top of her game. Attributing her post-pregnancy body to yoga and proper diet, Miranda has been an envy to women worldwide. She shocked everyone with how well and fast she regained her head-turning bikini body in such a short time.

Miranda kept going as she continues to surprise everyone how she deals with challenges in her journey. Even her split from Orlando Bloom, Miranda kept her word to be an inspiration to many, especially women.

The former Victoria’s Secret model is one among a few celebrities who remain in good terms with their partners just after the fall-out. It will be recalled that shortly after Miranda and Orlando announced split in October 2013, they were spotted having leisurely walk with their son Flynn. The former celebrity couple was even photographed sharing a kiss when they first went public after the split was announced.

Recent reports claim that the two remain “united.” Miranda declares that she will always love Orlando and the English star professed the same thing. There were reports in November 2013 that they would try to save their marriage through a “marriage-saving retreat” in Hollywood Hills in New York during Thanksgiving.

Yet, there seems to be no turning back for the former celebrity couple. Both have been linked romantically to other people. Rumours of Miranda getting involved with Aussie billionaire, James Packer hasn't died down. On the other hand, Orlando is reported to be getting cozy with “The Hobbit” co-star, Liv Tyler.

Check out Miranda Kerr's topless photoshoot with Terry Richardson for Harper's Bazaar Australia in January-February 2014 issue. Click here.

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