She’s the Australian supermodel who took the fashion world by storm.
And it seems that Elle Macpherson hasn’t forgotten where she comes from.
The 54-year-old hilariously revealed her favourite Aussie slang words while appearing on TV in the US this week, saying she has a go-to word for what Americans call ‘first base.’
‘In school it was my favourite word!’ Elle Macpherson reveals her go-to Australian slang for ‘first base’… so can you guess what it is?
‘When I was growing up in school my favourite word was pash,’ Elle revealed on
The hosts of the show were a little confused by the term, with Elle having to explain it means a kiss.
‘It actually means give me a kiss…It’s like a French kiss,’ she said with a laugh.
Cheeky! ‘When I was growing up in school my favourite word was pash,’ Elle revealed (she’s pictured with her ex Arpad Busson)
She added: ‘You say in Australia, “so did you pash her?” Which for you guys is “did you get to first base?”
One host joked: ‘Bases have changed a lot with these young people!’
Elle – who hails from Sydney’s Killara – is based in Miami with her family.
Smitten: She’s enjoying a new romance with controversial former doctor, Andrew Wakefield (pictured)
She’s enjoying a new romance with controversial former doctor, Andrew Wakefield.
Andrew, 61, was banned from practising medicine in his native Britain eight years ago after helping spawn the modern anti-vaccination movement with widely discredited research.
It was claimed the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) jab causes autism and bowel disease.
Aussie abroad! Elle – who hails from Sydney’s Killara – is based in Miami with her family