By LEAH SIMPSON
Home sweet home: Miranda Kerr arrived in Los Angeles with her one-year-old son Flynn after a long flight from Sydney
As a jet-setting model, it must be hard having a baby in tow.
And Miranda Kerr's 13-month-old son Flynn definitely looked like a very sleepy boy as he arrived with his mother in Los Angeles after a long flight from her native Sydney.
The Victoria's Secret model carried the toddler through LAX, as he clung to her.
Miranda was again wearing the extremely-tight black leather trousers she had on as she left Australia, along with a striped long-sleeved T-shirt and gold high heels.
But she had added a warm cardigan to the ensemble.
Inquisitive: The little boy clings on to his mother while looking around, taking in the scenes
Me and my boy: Miranda's skin looked flawless as she walked through the airport
The 28-year-old beamed, drawing attention to her cute dimples as she as she made her way into the building shielding her eyes in a fashionable pair of aviator-style sunglasses.
As the pair left Down Under, Flynn looked to have been learning from his mum as he showed off his Zoolander-style ‘blue steel’ look for the cameras upon arriving in the departures area.
Blue steel: Flynn is already a charmer despite only being 13 months old
Wearing a khaki T-shirt and grey fitted trousers, accessorised with a brown beaded necklace, Flynn was looking super stylish.
Miranda's career is evidently rubbing off on her son as they jet set between locations while her husband is shooting The Hobbit in New Zealand.
A prequel to the Lord Of The Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson’s upcoming motion picture has seen the family relocate from their Hollywood home giving Kerr plenty of flying to do.
Travelling family: The pair have been jet setting while dad films The Hobbit in New Zealand
In a radio interview on the Kyle and Jackie O radio programme, Orlando gushed over his model wife.
'I was very proud of her. To have just had a baby and then got back up on to do that. I don't think it’s easy for those girls. They make it look easy, but you know, it's a lot of work to look good.
'[Models need] confidence to strut it out there. There's always the people that want to have a dig at you for this that and the other. That's the price you pay.'