She says she was inspired by her grandmother to get involved with designing a tea set.
So it was only fitting the woman in question was at Miranda Kerr’s side when she hosted an event to celebrate her collaboration with Royal Albert china on Friday.
However although the 31-year-old had the support of her grandmother Ann at the event, her mother Therese was absent.
Keeping it in the family: Miranda Kerr launched her Royal Albert tea set at a pop store for the brand in Sydney on Friday – and made sure her special guest was her grandmother Ann
Raising a cup: However the model’s mother Therese was absent from the event – she was admitted to Royal North Shore Hospital on Tuesday for some tests
She was still recovering in hospital after being admitted to the Royal North Shore on Tuesday for some tests.
Despite any concerns the model may have had over her mothers health, she was ever the professional.
Smiling and chatting to guests at the launch of her tea set at a pop up store for Royal Albert in Sydney, each of the people present had to have spent at least $200 on items by the brand to attend.
All in the family: Miranda posed happily with her grandmother, who she says was one of the inspirations behind her china tea cup line for Royal Albert
Brew break: Miranda posted this cute picture of her enjoying a cuppa with her grandma at the event with the caption: ‘Tea for two with my Nan’
It costs to have tea with Miranda! To score a ticket to high tea with the supermodel, consumers had to spend upwards of $200 on Royal Albert online. The four piece set designed by Kerr retails at $299
The four piece set designed by Kerr, which was rolling out across stores in Australia to coincide with the event, is retailing at $299.
The 31-year-old model was resplendent in a white knee length dress by Victoria Beckham, which had blocks of plum, pink and maroon in a graphic design across the bust.
She finished off the look with a pair of nude pointed heels by Celine and catseye sunglasses by Miu Miu.
Quick change: For a consumer event held after the VIP soiree earlier in the day, Miranda changed into a fitted magenta dress with a cropped sheath on the top by British designer Victoria Beckham
All smiles: The supermodel looked cheerful as she arrived at the event
Perfectly turned out: Kerr finished off her look with a pair of nude pointed heels by Celine and catseye sunglasses by Miu Miu
For a consumer event held soon after the VIP occasion earlier in the day, she changed into a fitted magenta dress with a cropped sheath on the top, by British designer Victoria Beckham.
Kerr, who has been in Sydney also promoting her involvement with Swarovski, appeared on Channel Nines Mornings on Friday to talk about her passion for the project.
She said: ‘It was something that was dear to my heart because my grandmother always had this beautiful cabinet, and in there she had the Royal Albert set, and we would sit and have tea together.’
Can I have your autograph? Miranda patiently signed copied of her self-help book, Treasure Yourself – the same book that James Packer’s assistant was seen carrying as he left the model’s Australian home on Thursday
Love, Miranda: She also signed teacups from her Miranda Kerr for Royal Albert collection, which are priced at $299 for a set
The model added: ‘When they approached me I thought what a wonderful thing that I could do.’
Kerr went on to say it was a ’passion project’ for her to come up with the designs and admitted she enjoyed the ‘whole creative process.’
The model, said she had bought tea sets for female members of her family for Mothers Day.
Going gaga: The mother of one looked besotted with a baby girl being held by her mother as she made her way into the event
Say hello to Miranda! The supermodel, whose son Flynn is three-years-old, held the tiny tot’s hand and touched her face
She did not address the fact her mother had been admitted to hospital in the interview but did complement her skincare range Divine by Therese Kerr.
Kerr’s family visited the 48-year-old at the Royal North Shore on Thursday – relatives including her father John, and son Flynn, were seen arriving with balloons.
The model was absent as she was having meetings with representatives from her Kora Organics range.
A family friend confirmed on Friday: ‘She was admitted to undergo some tests, she’s doing well.’
Care package: The model’s father John, along with her grandmother Ann and son Flynn, as well as other relatiives, went to see Therese at the Royal North Shore hospital on Thursday, where she had been admitted for tests. The model was not able to join them due to business commitments.