Miranda Kerr admits she was "crazy" not to have an epidural
The Victoria`s Secret model gave birth to baby son Flynn - who weighed in at over 10lbs - in January and although she stuck to her world by not having any painkilling drugs, she now wishes she did because the pain was so bad.
Miranda - whose husband Orland Bloom was with her throughout the delivery - said: "I remember looking at Orlando and saying, `Oh honey.`
`And he said, `Give me the epidural! Seriously, if you don`t want it I`ll take it because right now I`m dying watching you go through this pain.`
"I didn`t realise Flynn was going to be such a big baby.
"I had made the decision to not have any drugs, no epidural, nothing. Each to their own. I`m crazy for doing that! A lot of my friends who have had epiduralshave said, `Oh (labour) was so great.` "
The 28-year-old catwalk beauty also revealed that why she hasn`t ruled out having more children in the future, she just wants to enjoy Flynn for the moment.
Speaking on Australian TV show `Sunday Night`, she said: "I always thought I would have three. Right now I`m just trying to enjoy Flynn.
"They say the first three years are the most important, so I want to make sure that he gets the attention and the nurturing and love that he really needs. So we`ll see what happens."