Miranda Kerr stays under wraps in knee-length skirt and plaid coat at Hong Kong airport... after revealing Harper's Bazaar cover shoot 

She made worldwide headlines this week after going fully nude for the cover of Harper's Bazaar Australia.

But on Wednesday supermodel Miranda Kerr decided to go for a surprisingly conservative look after jetting in to Hong Kong airport. 

The 32-year-old covered her slender curves in a black knee-length skirt and matching top, and added another layer to her outfit with a black and white plaid coat.

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A conservative display: Miranda Kerr kept covered up as she arrived to Hong Kong airport on Wednesday 

A conservative display: Miranda Kerr kept covered up as she arrived to Hong Kong airport on Wednesday 

The former Victoria's Secret star even sported a pair of tall suede boots, ensuring that almost all of her flesh was hidden away from eager eyes.

The brunette beauty added a small splash of colour to her ensemble with a soft pink handbag, which she held in front of her along with a pair of circular sunglasses. 

Miranda, who enjoys a huge following in Asia, was greeted by a number of eager fans as she posed for photographers near the terminal exit.

Naturally, the fans were eager to get close to their idol, with one requesting a hug while another snapped a selfie with the supermodel.

A total transformation: The 32-year-old's chaste ensemble comes just days after she went full nude for a jaw-dropping shoot with Harper's Bazaar Australia

A total transformation: The 32-year-old's chaste ensemble comes just days after she went full nude for a jaw-dropping shoot with Harper's Bazaar Australia

Good to her fans: The mother-of-one was happy to hug fans who came to greet her at the airport 

Good to her fans: The mother-of-one was happy to hug fans who came to greet her at the airport 

International superstar: The supermodel enjoys a huge following across Asia, especially in China and Korea 

International superstar: The supermodel enjoys a huge following across Asia, especially in China and Korea 

The mother-of-one's conservative display comes just days after she went completely nude for Australia's Harper's Bazaar magazine with the tagline - 'What lies beneath'.

Wearing just a pair of pink Christian Louboutin stilettos, the former Mrs. Orlando Bloom is seen standing nude on the balcony of a penthouse hotel in Los Angeles.

Shot by photographer Steven Chee at The London in West Hollywood, the sexy image showcases the famous model's amazing figure while her features are highlighted by subtle but glamorous make-up applied by Lisa Storey.

What lies beneath! Miranda Kerr poses completely naked for the January/ February edition of Australia's Harper's Bazaar magazine

What lies beneath! Miranda Kerr poses completely naked for the January/ February edition of Australia's Harper's Bazaar magazine

The small number of items worn by the star added glamour to the shot as she rocked Alinka earrings, Swarvoski by Miranda Kerr necklaces, and Sarah & Sebastian rings.

Miranda's brunette locks were perfectly tousled by celebrity hair stylist David Keough in the shoot, which Bazaar's editor-in-chief Kellie Hush described as, 'What we captured between outfit changes was a woman who is incredibly comfortable in her own skin (and why wouldn't you be?).'

Fans of the model couldn't contain their amazement as one gushed on Instagram: 'How is it possible that she's getting better looking with age?' 

Cheeky: In August 2015, Miranda revealed her endless toned legs in an Instagram photo posted on the social media sharing site

Cheeky: In August 2015, Miranda revealed her endless toned legs in an Instagram photo posted on the social media sharing site

Body confident: The mother-of-one is not one to shy away from flashing the flesh and has taken part in her fair share of nude shoots during her successful career

Body confident: The mother-of-one is not one to shy away from flashing the flesh and has taken part in her fair share of nude shoots during her successful career

 

 

 


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