Wait… supermodels eat burgers and chips?

We don’t think we’ve ever looked this good eating a burger and chips. In fact, no one but Miranda Kerr could make tucking in to fast food strangely sexy, but she’s managed it.

The stunning supermodel clearly had a bad case of the munchies this week – after attending a Louis Vuitton show in California on Wednesday evening, she got stuck in to a grease-fest. Hey, we’ve all been there.

And unlike pretty much all other sound-minded individuals, Ms Kerr reckoned she’d share the moment with her 6m followers on Instagram. Gazing sultrily at the camera (and all the while surrounded by fried potato) the former Victoria’s Secret star holds a piece of meat to her mouth. It probably helps that she appears to be totally naked in the photograph too.

 

After show indulgence… It's all about a balance #80/20rule

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In same post, the Australian mother-of-one says her diet is “all about balance,” and signals that she follows the 80/20 rule: eight times out of ten she’s strict with her food intake, but she allows for treats and indulgences the rest of time. Kelly Rowland, Rosanna Davison, and Jessica Alba are all also fans of a similarly balanced approach.

Miranda furthermore keeps in shape with regular gym and yoga sessions.

The Louis Vuitton show was held in the desert at Palm Springs. A total of 500 A-listers, including Kanye West, were wined and dined at the glittering event.

And in another sign that California is back on the fashion map, Louis Vuitton is the third major luxury brand this year to hold a show in the state: Tom Ford and Burberry have already showcased there. 

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