Miranda Kerr Completes Japan and South Korea Tour, Modelling for Son Flynn’s Education [SLIDESHOW]

By Tarun Mazumdar
April 7, 2014 12:06 PM EST

Miranda Kerr Completes her Japan and South Korea Tour, She is Modelling for son Flynn’s Education [SLIDESHOW]

Miranda Kerr's career is certainly not over. She has been quite active in the modelling and brand endorsement circuit. On Sunday, she completed her promotions in South Korea and Japan 


According to Daily Mail, on Sunday, the former Victoria's Secret Angel was spotted at Narita International Airport after completing her week-long promotion in Japan. She looked stunning in a black Chanel jacket and paired it with a pair of blue skinny jeans and cream-coloured silk top. Miranda was smiling as she walked in the airport, clearly indicating that she had a lovely time promoting brands and meeting her fans in the country.


She covered her face with over-sized shades and went for the ballerina bun look. Miranda also carried a Samantha Thavasa handbag, one of the many brands she was in Japan to promote.


Miranda was greeted by hysterical fans earlier this week in Tokyo.


Meanwhile, she described South Korea as her second home in an interview on MBC's "Section TV."


Miranda Kerr is Modelling to Support son Flynn's Education


The mother-of-one is the face of top-notch labels and brands like Reebok, Samantha Thavasa, Wonderbra and more, but she admits that modelling was never on the cards.


The New York-based Australian started working as a model after her friend compelled her to part in a modelling competition when she was just 13.


It was a joke and Miranda admitted that her friend thought that it would be funny. However, Miranda bagged the top prize.


"My career got off to a slow start because I wanted to finish school and this nutrition course I was doing," said Miranda to Mirror (obtained via Now Magazine).


"But modelling became a good way for me to get to work with good people, express a creative side of myself, and to travel."


Miranda thinks modelling is a great way to make money for her son Flynn's education as well as make her face known in the industry for her own skincare line. 

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