After a long week of nude covers and racy holiday videos courtesy of Miranda Kerr, the Aussie model has made the shift to her innocent side in Sydney today as she was officially crowned ambassador of The Royal Hospital for Women Foundation.
“Women’s health is close to my heart and something I feel very passionate about, so I’m honoured to be announced as the Ambassador to The Royal Hospital for Women who have such a strong history dedicated to treating women in need,” Miranda, who met with hospital staff and patients at The Royal today, said in a release. “The level of care, compassion and ground breaking research that happens every single day at The Royal is remarkable.”
Harper’s Bazaar Australia editor Kellie Hush joined the Gunnedah-born beauty for the announcement, revealing that the organisation is close to her heart, having given birth to her two daughters at the Randwick hospital. Kellie is also one of the company’s board directors.
Miranda flew into Sydney earlier this week with her son, Flynn, for the holidays, and is promoting KORA Organics at Westfield Bondi Junction today, followed by Westfield Kotara on Sunday.
Sometimes we envy MK, other days we’re quite happy to have a free calendar.
[Via The Royal]