Miranda Kerr is adamant she'll never return to the Victoria's Secret runway after she went into retirement two years ago.
The 32-year-old model hung up her angel wings in 2013 after six years of strutting down the famous catwalk, and she has admitted it's unlikely that she'll be coaxed into making a return in the near future as she has other commitments now.
Speaking on Australia's 'Morning Show,' she said: "I'm embracing the other stage that I'm at in my life.
"It was such a wonderful experience for me being a part of Victoria's Secret, and they really were such a family to me for such a long time. It was a magical time in my life and I feel like I embraced it while I was there."
Despite parting ways with the luxury lingerie brand, rumours about a possible collaboration between Miranda and the company began to circulate earlier this year, with people speculating that she might make a brief appearance on the runway at next year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
But, for now, Miranda is focusing on her five-year-old son Flynn, whom she has with her estranged husband Orlando Bloom, and her successful skin care line KORA Organics.