Miranda Kerr has been forced to deny she is pregnant to James Packer after an American magazine claimed she suffered morning sickness symptoms in Germany recently.
Star magazine claimed last week that the Australian supermodel had been "talking babies" with the casino mogul and that she's eager for a sibling for her three-year-old son Flynn, whom she shares with actor Orlando Bloom.
"She never wanted a big gap between her children," an unnamed inside source told Star.
"She's eager to get pregnant again."
The publication also hinted Kerr was already expecting by reporting the 31-year-old had morning sickness symptoms, including dizziness and nausea, on a recent trip to Munich.
Kerr's representation rubbished the claims on Tuesday night, saying: "There is no truth to it."
The reports come days after Kerr insisted that Packer's infamous Bondi brawl with Nine Network boss David Gyngell wasn't about her, despite persistent rumours linking the pair.
"They weren't fighting over me," Kerr told London's The Sunday Times.
The former Victoria's Secret model said she was still single and dismissed claims she and the billionaire are romantically involved.
"James and I are friends, but people want to make a story, the public want to put me with someone," she said.
Kerr was named on Tuesday as the equal third most highly paid model in the world with earnings of $US7.5 million ($8.1 million) last year.
Forbes put her on par with Kate Moss, Liu Wen and Kate Upton, but well behind first-ranked fellow model Gisele Bundchen, who earned $US47 million in 2013/14.