Miranda Kerr’s Management Hit Out At Coles For Dumping Her Nude Cover

A representative for Miranda Kerr has hit out at Coles for their decision to pull her nude Harper’s Bazaar cover from its shelves, labelling the move a publicity stunt.
Speaking recently to Fairfax, Kerr’s manager Annie Kelly said:
“There have been numerous examples of similar covers sold without restriction that celebrate and support women and this is no different. They seem to have used it to get publicity during the busiest trading time of the year.”
Earlier this week, P.TV spoke to Coles about their decision to pull the mag, and they told us, essentially, that they didn’t know ahead of time that Kerr would be in the nuddy, with a representative saying: 

“Harper’s Bazaar is a fashion magazine, therefore, we weren’t aware that the current edition would contain nudity. Once we were aware, we assessed the appropriateness of this particular edition given that we are a family business. We felt the best thing to do would be to remove it from stores, therefore we issued a withdrawal.”
Story: Fairfax
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