Quotables: Miranda Kerr Discusses Her Beauty Routine And Also Orlando Bloom's Freaky Feet Love

7/26/2013 9:00 AM PDT, by

"I always keep my handbag packed with a few essentials. Like, I believe in dental hygiene, even on the go, so GUM toothpicks are a must. And I always keep Similasan Dry Eye Relief on me. My eyes have been burned by flash bulbs twice at photo shoots—like blisters on my eyes—so I try to keep them lubricated now. I've also got tweezers and scissors for my nails in my bag. I'm really a freak about my nails. Orlando and I share a nail thing—he has a bit of a foot fetish. I like OPI's Koala Bear-y on my nails. It's not organic, but sometimes I just do it."

--Miranda Kerr lets us all know how she manages to keep herself so, so beautiful.

A lot of these are good tips, right? There are so many times when you just need some tweezers when you're out on the town, so that's a good thing to -- hold up. Did Miranda Kerr just throw it out there that Orlando Bloom has a foot fetish? Is that kind of thing really just casual conversation now? And it's not really clear if she's saying that Orlando has an actual foot fetish, like he's into feet in a sexual way, or if she just means that he thinks taking care of his feet is an important thing to do. Surely she knows what a foot fetish is, right?

Sorry if you guys are going to have to deal with some mental images of Legolas getting all hot over some toes now, guys. So, so sorry. 


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