Miranda Kerr Opens Up About Split From Orlando Bloom

Miranda Kerr opens up about her split from Orlando Bloom

Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom announced they were splitting last month, to the shock of many, but they are giving lessons on how to behave in a very difficult situation.

The couple, who got married in 2010 has a son, Flynn Christopher, 3, and is doing everything in their power to keep things normal for their young son.

Orlando Bloom recently said he and his ex still love and care about each other, even though things haven’t worked out for their marriage.

The family of three has been spotted walking the streets of New York, enjoying the weather before it turned cold.

“We love each other, we’re a family.” Bloom said last week at the Los Angeles premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug in which he reprises his role of The Lord Of The Rings, Legolas.

For her part the supermodel, who appears on the cover of Harper Bazaar Australia had similar thoughts.

“It’s difficult for anyone to go through a separation, whether it’s on a public scale or not. It was important for us long-term to preserve our friendship and the dynamic of being loving parents to Flynn so we dealt with everything openly and honestly.”

Miranda Kerr adds that they are both very much in tune with each other’s lives.

“We’re still very big parts of each other’s lives. There’s no reason for us to be anything but a united front. We still love and care for each other deeply.”

So apparently, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr are putting whatever their differences are aside, for the sake of their son, even though there are rumors the Victoria Secret model is dating Aussie businessman James Packer.

Miranda Kerr wears a tuxedo and not much else for the January/February cover of the prestigious Harpers Bazaar magazine.

“Flynn is the most important thing in both our lives. And because we share that bond, we both feel it’s important to be united.” Miranda Kerr adds.

What do you think of Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom’s way of handling their separation?