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Feeling broody? Newlywed Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge goes doe-eyed for Miranda Kerr's baby Flynn

By Marcus Barnes

Isn't he lovely! Lily Aldridge has the look of love in her eyes as she dotes on Miranda Kerr's son Flynn during a day out in New York

He's destined to be a heartbreaker just like his dad, so you can't blame Lily Aldridge for doting on Miranda Kerr's little boy, Flynn.

The model, who turned 26 earlier this month, appeared to be more than a little broody as she hung out with her fellow Victoria's Secret Angel in New York.

She appeared to have a doe-eyed look in her eyes, placing a loving hand on Flynn's neck as his mother carried him during a day out in the Big Apple.

That's my boy: Miranda cradles her pride and joy, baby Flynn, who is now seven months old

Miranda, 28, kept it casual in a green sweater, black leggings and black flats as she cradled her little boy, who is now seven months old.

While her friend, who is married to Caleb Followill from The Kings Of Leon, was a little smarter in a cropped blazer jacket, striped cream jumper, jeans and flats.

Flynn was dressed in an ultra-cute grey hat, white woolen jumper, green bottoms and striped multi-coloured socks.

Daddy's little boy: Flynn looked the spitting image of his film star father, Orlando Bloom

Bundle of joy: Miranda beams as she carries little Flynn during their day out in the Big Apple

The youngster looked the spitting image of his film star father, Orlando Bloom, at one point - the camera capturing a distinct likeness between the two.

Miranda's day out in NYC comes just two days ahead of the airing of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show - which can be seen tomorrow on CBS in the U.S.

Meanwhile Miranda has modestly revealed that, despite being elevated to the lofty position of Victoria's Secret Angel, she believes she is equal to other women and didn't feel she deserved to join the lingerie giant when she was first signed up.

What am I doing here? The model admitted she felt she didn't deserve to be signed up as a Victoria's Secret model

She told New York Magazine: 'I just remember, like, the first time I met Adriana
[Lima], she was so beautiful. I was like, "Why would they want me? I mean, look at her. She’s incredible." And then I met Heidi and Gisele and I was like, "What am I doing here?"'

The model, who has released a self-help book called Treasure Yourself, added: 'I always see myself as, like, equal to everyone. I can’t feel bad about being who I am, just like the girl next to me can’t feel bad about being who she is.

'I want to encourage women to embrace their own uniqueness. Because just like a rose is beautiful, so is a sunflower, so is a peony. I mean, all flowers are beautiful in their own way, and that’s like women too.'



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