Miranda Kerr’s Pre-Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Diet Revealed

If you’re anything like me, you’ll be watching the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show on December 4th while sitting on your couch eating an entire pizza. I’m a fit person, but I love food and don’t believe in calories. I’ve done runway, but I never starved myself for it because that’s insanity. Eat yo food.

Anyway, I love VS and the VS Fashion Show. It’s fun and cute and a total fantasy world. I mean, in what realistic life are you walking down a glittery runway? I would love for my everyday routine to be as sparkly as the VSFS. And while the girls are skinny, they’re generally not starving. They’ve got to have some boobage to fill out those diamond-encrusted bras, you know?

So it was much to my relief that one of my idols, Miranda Kerr, did not starve herself to get in shape for the show. She’s a healthy lady and a great role model. And like, look at her dimples. Seriously, she’s gorgeous. Miranda took to “Pilates, yoga, boxing” and “healthy green juices and protein shakes” to tone up for the show. Instead of not eating, she just bumped up her exercise routine and supplemented some healthier items into place so I thank you Miranda for setting a good example.

If you need me during the show, I’ll be live-tweeting @caitlincorsetti and dipping my pizza in ranch.

Are you going to watch the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show? How do you feel about it?

Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Alabama who has an obsession with cupcakes, coffee, and Harry Potter. She always has random fun facts and is now living and adventuring in New York City. Follow her fabulous life @caitlincorsetti. You’re welcome!

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    1. Katie says:

      Um…where exactly did she reveal her diet? 'protein shakes and green juices' isn't exactly news. Neither are the vague statements about a 'healthy, balanced diet'.

      I'm pretty sure she does not stuff her face with pizza. You are a very lucky person and freak of nature if you can, and still have the body of a runway model, like you claim to be.

      Why don't we just all stop believing in calories so we can all be skinny?

      1. Caitlin-University of Alabama says:

        I mean, I for one did not know that Miranda Kerr's diet involved protein shakes and green juices. I do know that she also love coconut oil.

        This is a classic case of body-shaming that you've expressed here. I'm a freak of nature because I eat, and I'm thin? Yes, I eat a lot of pizza. And pasta. Actually, all the carbs. But I also exercise and walk pretty much everywhere. Lucky because of good genetics, sure. Freak of nature? Not so much. The calories don't count mentality is a movement not to get caught up in dieting. Things are fine in moderation, and if you're comfortable and happy with yourself, that's what really matters. You're the only one who sees your size tag.

        "Like prove it, Caitlin." Sorry I don't send body shots to strangers, and I'm not on Snapchat.

      2. Sara B. says:

        I know Caitlin personally & can vouch for the fact that she is as thin as a laser beam & eats whatever she wants to, which is not always pizza… Sometimes it's fruit or a nice vegetable. But you get the picture.

      3. Katie says:

        I didn't mean to be rude when I said 'Freak of nature', I'm not a native speaker, but I'm sure it's just an expression for someone who's different from 99.9999% of the population, which you are if you can eat all of this and still be skinny😉. And I thought you meant that you believed that calories in fact don't exist at all.
        I'm just a little exasperated about these 'secret diets' of the VS models, because I highly doubt that it's that easy.

      4. Meghan says:

        Kind of rude to call her a freak of nature because she can eat whatever she wants and like she said, kind of works out. You can probably do the same after eating a bunch of food, but if you're anything like me, I eat a bunch and then go nap. No ones fault but your own. Don't really understand the purpose of you trying to bag on her, but maybe that's just me?

    2. Sophia says:

      I'm glad they all shared their secrets about how they get into shape for their show. Although I don't really think they're secrets since they all just maintain a healthy lifestyle haha. I think Miranda is also a nutritionist/studied nutrition which probably helped her to maintain her shape. Anyways they all look great and I can't wait until tomorrow! I'll be joining you with my pizza too haha!

    3. maureen says:

      If you look at candids of some of the VS models, they're all extremely small-chested in real life (Miranda is probably one of the bigger ones with a B cup lol). Candice Swanepoel is nearly flat, although her tiny waist and enviably long slim legs more than make up for it. They're all quite skinny though!

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