Kerr with fellow angels Lindsay Ellingson (left) and Adriana Lima (right). (All images Getty)
Miranda Kerr has been dropped as a Victoria's Secret "Angel" because of her "difficult reputation," according to reports.
The Australian supermodel's three-year, $US1 million ($949,000) contract as an "Angel" has not been renewed, US Weekly claims.
The report quotes an unnamed "industry insider" as saying the 30-year-old's "difficult reputation" is to blame, as well as a perception that she is "not a big seller" for the lingerie brand like other Angels, such as Alessandra Ambrosio.
Victoria's Secret did not deny that Kerr's contract as an Angel had not been renewed but praised her as "consummate professional" and "easily one of the most popular" models.
"Any rumours to the contrary are simply untrue," the company’s chief marketing officer, Ed Razek, said in a statement.
"While her international commitments have kept her away from us more than we'd like over the past few years, she will always be an Angel to me. We have no plans to stop working with her."
Mr Razek added that Kerr, who is a mother to a two-year-old boy with husband Orlando Bloom, has accepted an invitation to walk the runway at this year's fashion show.
Miranda Kerr's management agency in Sydney could not be reached for comment.
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