Her dress may have had long sleeves and a skirt, but that didn't quite ensure that Miranda Kerr was well covered on a Sydney beach.
The model wore a vintage look lace dress, equally lacy underwear and a bikini for a beauty campaign shoot on Sunday.
Gallivanting across the sand with some young ladies, Miranda laughed and joked as she performed cartwheels in front of the cameras.
At first the 29-year-old posed in a hat and pair of sunglasses on a grassy expanse near the beach.
But then she moved onto the golden sands with a mixed group of girls to play some classic games.
Ring-a-roses saw the ladies hold hands and skip in a circle, before they stopped this outdoor pursuit for an acrobatic one.
Starting to cartwheel, Miranda showed off even more of her body as the skirt of the dress fell towards the ground as she swung her legs over her head.
The playtime was in aid of a campaign for the model's beauty range: Kora Organics skincare.
The shoot was conducted by her friend and long-time colleague Chris Colls and styled by Romy Frydman.
After the shoot they all enjoyed a late lunch at The Boathouse, with Miranda enjoying smoked trout pate, salt and pepper squid and a mixed leaf salad.
After lunch, the Australian model was seen holding a baby, but it definitely wasn't her own.
She cradled the child in her arm as they crew packed up and headed back to their vehicles.
But Miranda's skincare company is going through some changes, with her mother Therese, stepping down from her position as the chief executive.
Kerr started the organic product line as 'a reflection of my passion for living a healthy, organic lifestyle', she says on her website.
Working with a team of experts, the first beauty items were produced three years ago and is now sold across the world.