Miranda Kerr has been left "in a lot of pain" and sporting a neck brace after a nasty car accident on Monday.
The model was spotted out and about yesterday afternoon sporting a scarf to cover up the injury after telling fans that she's "on the mend" following the smash.
Miranda was left in agony with whiplash and back injuries after her car was "rammed" by another car in LA.
The 29-year-old, who was in the car with her assistant at the time, was taken into hospital for MRI scans and told to rest after the incident.
A spokesperson said: "She is in a lot of pain, but really we are just glad it was not more serious."
Thankfully, Miranda's two-year-old son, Flynn, wasn't in the car at the time of the accident - which has since led to the other driver facing charges for 'reckless driving'.
Thank you all for your love and support. I am on the mend! ❤🙏 instagr.am/p/W02iVxkMLo/— Miranda Kerr (@MirandaKerr) March 14, 2013
Taking to Twitter this morning, Miranda thanked her fans for their support, tweeting: "Thank you all for your love and support. I am on the mend!"
Miranda's currently being looked after by hubby Orlando, who has been making sure she's resting well.
Her spokesperson added: "He’s taking very good care of her. He’s an amazing husband. Luckily, Flynn wasn’t in the car."
When she was just 15, Miranda was left devastated when her boyfriend tragically died in a car accident.
She has since revealed that she named her son after him as her way of paying tribute.