Miranda Kerr has been revealed as the new face - and body - of Wonderbra, just under a year after parting ways with Victoria's Secret.
The 30-year-old Australian supermodel stars in a new campaign for the rival lingerie brand, striking a seductive pose in colorful and patterned separates.
Only three images from the campaign have been released so far, with the content significantly less provocative than some of the images from her days as a Victoria's Secret Angel.
In one photo, Kerr models a sporty red bra and matching underwear, another sees her posing in leopard print separates, and a third more covered up image shows her perching on a seat in a black leather skirt and white shirt, which is unbuttoned just enough to reveal a black Wonderbra.
It was just under a year ago that the supermodel hung up her Victoria's Secret wings, citing a "new phase in [her] life" for the decision.
"I have felt this coming since my son was born and, after I became a mother, I realised I needed to prioritise my time," she told the Sydney Morning Herald in April 2013.
The supermodel added that she will always be "grateful" to Victoria's Secret for helping launch her into stardom. The brand president Ed Razek commented: "She will always be an angel to me."
A source told Us Weekly, however, that her million-dollar contract was not renewed due to her "difficult reputation".
And a separate insider told People that she is known in the industry as a diva, adding: "She can be difficult at shoots and appearances. She's not very timely. She's standoffish with the rest of the girls."
Kerr - who has a three-year-old son named Flynn with her estranged husband Orlando Bloom - may have quit Victoria's Secret, but she's had no shortage of campaigns in the past year.
In February, she was revealed as the newest face of H&M, replacing Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen.
Kerr also starred in campaigns for Mango and Swarovski, and a new ad for Reebok starring the scantily-clad brunette was just released on Wednesday.
- DAILY MAIL