Miranda Kerr has been left wearing a neck brace following a car crash in Los Angles on Monday.
The Australian model was seen trying to cover up her not so stylish accessory with a scarf the day after her accident as she stepped out with friends. The day before Miranda and her assistant were involved in a car crash which saw the model's vehicle "rammed" by another car on an LA motorway, according to the Mail Online.
Miranda is belived to have suffered back injuries and whiplash and reportedly underwent an MRI scan to establish the full extent of her neck injuries after the crash.
Miranda's Sydney-based spokesperson Annie Kelly confirmed that the mum of one is doing well though, telling Australia's 9 News: "She is in a lot of pain, but really we are just glad it was not more serious."
Car crash: Miranda Kerr has been left in a neck brace following a car accident in LA (WENN)
The star is now back home and is being cared for by her husband Orlando Bloom with Kelly adding: "He’s taking very good care of her. He’s an amazing husband. Luckily, [Miranda and Orlando's son] Flynn wasn’t in the car."
This week's accident isn't the first time Miranda's life has been marred by such an incident. When she was 15 her boyfriend Chris Flynn was killed through a car crash, which saw the young model sink into depression. Miranda and Orlando's two-year-old son is named after Flynn, with the star revealing that she wished to pay tribute to her first love.
After resting up with Orlando and little Flynn at home, the model is expected to return to her professional commitments in the next couple of days, which will see her fly home to Australia next month to unveil the new uniforms for airline Qantas, designed by Paris-based designer Martin Grant.