Miranda Kerr walks barefoot on the grass to help with jet lag

Miranda Kerr walks "barefoot on the grass" to help her "reconnect" after a long flight.

The 39-year-old Australian model - who has Flynn, 11, with ex-husband Orlando Bloom and Hart, four, and two-year-old Myles with spouse Evan Spiegel - has revealed the way she copes with jet lag is to take the time to "rebalance" herself.

Speaking to PORTER, Miranda said: “I like to go for a walk outside when I arrive and, if possible, go barefoot on the grass to reconnect, ground myself and have a bit of time to rebalance. Melatonin is also great to help get you in the time zone.”

Victoria Beckham swears by magnesium, herbal tea, and sticking to an exercise routine no matter how tired you are.

The 48-year-old fashion designer told the publication: “Jet lag is really difficult. I try not to use any sleep medication – instead, I’ll take magnesium and have a herbal tea and try to go to sleep, but it’s easier said than done. If you are a working mum, you have to get up and power through. And I always do my workout – I never skip it, even when I feel incredibly tired, because it gives you more energy and gets you back into your routine. I don’t have the luxury of napping in the day, so I land and get straight into the time zone.”

Meanwhile, Miranda recently revealed she travels light when she goes on holiday with her family and has learned to mix and match a limited number of pieces to create "endless" outfits.

She said: "Start with easy crochet cover-ups in black or white. They're so easy to pack and never wrinkle. Then throw in denim shorts and mix and match any of your swimsuits to create endless outfits. Bring a simple white cotton shirt and a great pair of flats, and you're set."

When it comes to shoes, Miranda opts to pack comfy Nike sneakers and neutral sandals and heels.

She added: "I like to mix high and low.."

The Kora Organics founder urged people to slow down and cherish their vacation time for the sake of their mental health.

She said: "As a mother of three boys, life goes by so quickly. Embrace your time together while you can because life gets busy. I think it's important for our children to see how important work ethic is — but it's equally important for them to see how much we value quality time as a family."

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