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Originally posted 12/01/2013 12:00PM
It looks as if Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr really meant it when they said they were "amicably separated."
The pair, who announced their split in October after three years of marriage, were spotted in N.Y.C. on Saturday with their son, Flynn, who turns 3 in January.
Bloom, 36, held his son who was clutching a toy sword.
Originally posted 11/12/2013 02:30PM
If Miranda Kerr is feeling down about her recent split from Orlando Bloom, it sounds like she has a surefire solution for perking herself back up.
"If I'm having a challenging moment, I jump for joy. Literally," she tells SELF for its December cover story. "After a minute, I feel better, and after a few minutes, I'm really happy. Everything else just drops off. It gets me out of my head and into my body, and it makes me feel present."
Kerr, 30, who publicly separated from her husband of three years last month, accentuated the positive during her new interview – and encouraged others to do the same.
Originally posted 11/02/2013 06:00AM
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Originally posted 10/31/2013 07:20PM
All's well that ends well.
Orlando Bloom opens up about his amicable separation from Miranda Kerr in an interview with Katie Couric set to air Friday.
"We love each other. We're a family. We're going to be in each other's lives for the rest of our lives. There's no question that for the sake of our son and everything else, we're going to support one another and love each other as parents to Flynn," The Hobbit actor says.
Originally posted 10/26/2013 03:30PM
Talk about friendly exes.
Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr may have called it quits, but they're still clearly on very good terms with each other.
On Saturday, they were spotted walking arm in arm in New York City as Kerr, 30, toted their 2-year-old son, Flynn.
The Victoria's Secret model, decked out in a gray trench, a black shirt and jeans, smiled as she clasped the 36-year-old Bloom's arm. The actor, wearing a baseball cap, flashed a small grin as they strolled along, while Little Flynn nibbled on a frozen pop.
Originally posted 10/25/2013 03:40PM
Following this morning's official announcement that Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr are separating after six years together and three years of marriage, the Romeo and Juliet star hit the circuit to talk about his epically romantic play.
The British actor, 36, appeared Friday on Live with Kelly and Michael and, never discussing the breakup of his marriage, very passionately described what it's like to kiss his Juliet, Condola Rashad, eight times a week in the Shakespearean tale of star-crossed lovers.
"We sometimes get applause after our first kiss because it just goes on. Sometimes I'm like, I'm not letting go," Bloom told Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan, as noted by the New York Post.
Originally posted 10/25/2013 06:15AM
Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have separated after three years of marriage, the couple say in a joint statement.
"They have been amicably separated for the past few months," reads the statement out Friday. "After six years together, they have recently decided to formalize their separation. Despite this being the end of their marriage, they love, support and respect each other as both parents of their son and as family."
Originally posted 10/07/2013 06:30PM
The model mama and her sweet toddler share more than just good looks
Originally posted 10/01/2013 09:00AM
Miranda Kerr is a woman who gets what she wants.
"I'm a lot stronger than people think," she tells Cosmopolitan in its November issue.
"I started my own company, invested my own money in it, and have been involved in every facet. I'm that person who says, no matter what the problem is, there's a solution. That's the way my brain is wired. If someone says to me, 'Well, that’s not possible. It can't happen,' I say, 'Yes it is. I'm going to sit here and show you that it can.' I can take no for an answer and accept it, but if there's a solution and I can make it work, why wouldn't I?"
Those tools have led her to the success she has today.
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