Miranda Kerr: Barefoot in the boardroom


Miranda Kerr made her modelling debut in 1997 at just 13 years of age and by 2013 was the second-highest earning supermodel in the world. In 2009, Kerr became a pioneer of the now multibillion-dollar organic skincare industry, launching KORA Organics. Months after turning 40, the girl from Gunnedah is committed to growing her business into a global household name and believes she has the strategy to execute.
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Miranda Kerr supermodel-turned-entrepreneur looks relaxed at her farm in the Hunter Valley. She’s a little late for our interview – her son Flynn was nagging her to workout with him.

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