26 October 2013 by

Miranda Kerr And Orlando Bloom Confirm Their Split After Three Years Of Marriage

UPDATE: On the day that Miranda and Orlando announced their split after three years of marriage, Bloom said to TMZ that the couple will remain a family. The actor who is starring in Romeo and Juliet in New York said rather succinctly 'we're not friends, we're family.' In the video Orlanda acts like the perfect gentleman when he is grilled about the reasons behind the split.

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They've been married for three years and started dating in 2007, but Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom have today announced the end of their relationship. The former couple, who have a two-year-old son, Flynn, together, say that the split is amicable and that they will continue to support each other in raising their child.

Bloom's spokesperson said, "In a joint statement, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have announced they have been amicably separated for the past few months. After six years together, they have recently decided to formalise 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."

After three years together the couple tied the knot in July 2010 before welcoming baby Flynn into the family six months later in January 2011. As well as the Vanity Fair Oscars bash in February, this year the pair were photographed together at the opening night of Bloom's Broadway play 'Shakespeare's Romeo And Juliet' on September 19th, so it would seem that they really are on good terms since ending their relationship.

Miranda even spoke about her now estranged husband's performance gushing, "When I saw Orlando on Broadway in 'Romeo and Juliet', I was blown away, For someone to be able to learn all that and hold the energy to do it every day, six days a week - I have so much respect for him."

Another adorable A-list romance bites the dust!


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