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Miranda Kerr is proud of her 'charismatic' son

Miranda Kerr and son Flynn Bloom.
Miranda Kerr and son Flynn Bloom. Bang Showbiz

MIRANDA Kerr's son is very "charismatic".

The Victoria's Secret Angel thinks her confident 22-month-old son Flynn Bloom is mature beyond his years and has developed a habit of entertaining people with a little dance when he first meets them.

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The 29-year-old model told Celebuzz.com: "He's really, really sweet. My son really ... loves people. And he's very charming in that he'll look you straight in the eye, and he'll give you a little look, and he'll dance around. He's quite charismatic."

The brunette beauty - who is married to 'Pirates of the Caribbean' hunk Orlando Bloom - also thinks her son could be something of a musical prodigy because he is already talented at playing the piano.

Miranda gushed: "The other day we were at a play group [and] there was a little piano there. He runs straight over to the piano and started playing the piano. He's never even seen a little mini piano before, but he knew exactly what to do with that piano. I thought that was pretty cool."

Miranda was recently named Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire UK and is replacing Kate Moss as the face of high street brand Mango.

Despite a lucrative modelling career, the proud mum has admitted she has had to rethink her lifestyle since giving birth to Flynn.

She said in the past: "I'm not travelling as much now because I prefer to spend my time with him. It put it in a new perspective, he's the most important thing. It's amazing and I love it."

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