Miranda Kerr's personal chef spills on how celebrities eat

MODERATION is the key to Miranda Kerr's banging body according to her former personal chef.

American-born Aussie resident, chef Kate McAloon has catered to the needs of celebrities such as Courteney Cox, The Rock, Steven Spielberg, Gwyneth Paltrow, Orlando Bloom and our own Kerr.

"There are lots of do's, don'ts and maybes with celebrities," she said.

McAloon's relationship with the former Victoria's Secret Angel and her then husband Bloom kicked off when the chef became friends with Kerr's mother Terese.

McAloon revealed the model and businesswoman was strict at keeping to a healthy diet which included lots of fruit and vegetables, salmon and gluten free pasta.

"She does eat clean, she really believes in the 80/20 diet," McAloon revealed.

"She is very health orientated and it works for her she looks great."

Miranda Kerr’s chef Kate McAloon, pictured middle, revealed the former Victoria Secret model’s key to looking good was moderation. Picture: Supplied
Miranda Kerr’s chef Kate McAloon, pictured middle, revealed the former Victoria Secret model’s key to looking good was moderation. Picture: Supplied

McAloon revealed Kerr was a big fan of her special curry and chocolate and coconut torte.

She also said that motherhood has seen Kerr's cooking skills grow.

The American-born author, was the long-time chef for Courteney Cox and David Arquette.

McAloon revealed she catered for many long lunches for the Friends stars at Cox's home.

"There were a lot of Sunday afternoon parties at their house," she said.

"Lots of their famous friends like Jennifer Aniston would come around and I would cook for them. "That was a fun job."

Miranda Kerr always looks stunning.
Miranda Kerr always looks stunning. Zhong fubao

McAloon, who is a big advocate for conscious cooking, is working with Young Living to educate Aussies on the use of natural oils in food.

"It can be an experimentation game," she said.

"I have been using oils for years I guess, I was using lavender in cooking many years ago, but now I am learning more about it and there are a lot of health benefits."

She will tour the country for a series of cooking demonstrations and sharing her adventures of cooking for the stars.

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