Miranda Kerr Is Photographed By Orlando Bloom - Could They BE More Perfect?
GALLERY >> A Week In The Life Of Family Bloom
'They're sooo perfect,' we exclaimed (through gritted teeth) upon seeing the latest shoot of Miranda Kerr shot by her very own husband, Orlando Bloom. Just when we thought it wasn't possible, this glossy couple just got glossier.
In [a target="_blank" href="http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/08/19/t-magazine/19well-kerr.html?ref=t-magazine">the spread for T Magazine[/a], Miranda is her gorgeously dimpled, impossibly leggy self as she poses with sheep and crouches on rocks for her hubby's lens. But it's not just the gorgeous images that have us swooning — the accompanying interview with the Victoria's Secret model reveals just how blissfully dreamy it is to be a part of this genetically-blessed family.
From family dance parties to countryside drives, take a trip through the gallery above for an inside peek into life as a Bloom…
The couple lived in New Zealand for seven months while Orlando was filming The Hobbit.
Their house was 'an airy, seaside mansion where every window looks out on Wellington Harbour'. Naturally.
When they first arrived, they took a road trip: aimlessly driving around the countryside.
'We didn’t camp because Flynn’s still a little young for that. But it was just the three of us, nothing to do except be with each other in this shockingly beautiful place,' says Miranda *sigh*
Kerr would visit the film set most days with Flynn.
'There’s a cafeteria where everyone eats lunch, and they’re all in full makeup,' Kerr says. 'So you see these poor Orcs trying to eat without ruining their costumes. For Orlando, it’s easier. He just has the blond wig and the pointy ears.' Phewf for that.
A typical morning: Bloom would cook breakfast and brew a pot of tea
Meanwhile, Kerr would be feeding Flynn. It's a picture of domestic bliss, no?
A typical evening: Kerr, the more ambitious chef of the two, would make dinner.
Grilled salmon and roasted chicken are favorites, since you're asking.
Miranda puts her iPod on shuffle and turns up the volume, signaling the start of an impromptu family dance party.
Kerr, Bloom and Flynn get down to everything from Dr. Dre to Mozart.
Orlando forbids the journalist from accompanying them on a family outing.
'I’m sorry, but he’s kind of the gatekeeper,' Kerr said. 'He has to be, as a husband and a father.' Have we mentioned he's also an actor AND a photographer and seriously hot? Oh, how we swoon.
Orlando shows Flynn tricks on his mountain bike
'It sounds so simple,' says Miranda, 'but that’s kind of what it’s all about here. Just those small moments that you can’t have anywhere else.' Thank goodness we have the pages of T Magazine, hey?