The Aussie supermodel has opened up about her life and relationship with her "very traditional" fiancé.
Miranda Kerr and her self-made billionaire boyfriend, Evan Spiegel, got engaged last year after meeting in 2014.
And now, in an interview with The Times to promote her latest collaboration with the LA jeans brand Mother, the 33-year-old has suggested the couple are waiting to consummate their relationship.
After getting onto the topic of babies and her six-year-old son Flynn, who she has with ex-husband Orlando Bloom, the UK reporter initially asked Miranda if she was going to have another child.
“Not yet. Not until after we get married. My partner is very traditional,” she replied of her 26-year-old love.
The conversation continued with Miranda intonating that, in fact, the pair were holding out on sex all together until they'd tied the knot.
“We can’t ... I mean we’re just ... waiting,” she said.
Miranda also revealed details of their early 'courtship', admitting that she didn't know who Evan, the founder of Snapchat, was when they first met at a dinner in LA.
"I was, like, ‘He’s cute . . . but he’s way too young to take anything too seriously,’ she said.
The couple then exchanged phone calls but didn’t speak for another couple of months. “It was slow and steady. I was like, ‘Is he even interested?’ But once I let him know I was interested, he was very interested.”
The couple is planning to marry later this year.