But supermodel Miranda Kerr has revealed her divorce from British actor Orlando Bloom in 2013 left her in a dark place.
The stunning Aussie star has opened up about her battle with depression as she graces the November cover of Elle Canada.
Miranda tells the publication that despite being a “naturally positive person” her split from Orlando plunged her into depression.
“When Orlando and I separated, I actually fell into a really bad depression,” she said.
“I never understood the depth of that feeling or the reality of that because I was naturally a very happy person.”
Miranda, who was married to the Troy actor for three years, says she worked through the challenging times by realising “every thought you have affects your reality and only you have control of your mind.”
The KORA Organics creator began meditating twice a day while also practicing mindfulness, yoga and, of course, a balanced diet.
"When I wake up and when I go to bed, I have that attitude of gratitude and I say, 'Thank you for this beautiful day, for this roof over my head, for the fact that I have my health and my son has his health, and thank you for our family,'" Miranda added.
Fast forward to 2016, and the 33-year-old is happily engaged to Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel while she harmoniously co-parents her five-year-old son, Flynn, with ex Orlando.
"The most important thing is that when he has his time with me, we have quality time together, and when he's with his dad, he has quality time with him," Miranda revealed of raising her son.
"And it works out really well because I book in my photo shoots for the time he's with his dad, and the rest of the time I just get to be a mum."
As for her divorce with Orlando, who has since found love with singer Katy Perry, Miranda says it taught her just how resilient she can be.
"I have this philosophy that we should all be like willow trees - people think that in a big storm, the oak is the strongest tree, but it's actually the willow tree because it's very, very flexible."
"What I have found is that everything you need, all of the answers are deep inside of you. Sit with yourself, take a few breaths and get close to your spirit," Miranda mused to the glossy.
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