Miranda Kerr is influenced in a ''positive way'' by husband Orlando Bloom.
The Australian model - who married the actor in July 2010 after almost three years of dating - thinks their marriage works well because they have ''grown together'' and share Buddhist beliefs.
Miranda - who has 12-month-old son Flynn with Orlando - said: ''We've grown together, which is important as a couple. He's an honourable man and he has a strong spiritual practice. I think that's influenced me in a positive way.''
Miranda praised Flynn as a ''little ball of sunshine'', saying he is always a delight to be around.
She told Australia's daily Telegraph newspaper: ''He's a charming, loving boy and very cheeky; he's a little ball of sunshine.''
The Victoria's Secret beauty also admitted nothing ever bothers her when she is with her family because she knows they will always be together.
She told Australia's Daily Telegraph newspaper: ''We don't really live anywhere. We travel so much that home is just wherever the three of us are.
''I'm generally a happy person. I'm happiest when surrounded by my family - Flynn and Orlando. As long as we're together, it doesn't matter. They're the ones who will be with me when all of this is gone.''