Orlando Bloom, Miranda Kerr moving on
When it comes to Hollywood breakups, a high-conflict divorce is often the result. Many details can get in the way of a friendly split, including money, property, children and of course, other partners. At the same time, those who are not celebrities are often faced with the same sort of situation.
After three years of marriage, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr are calling it quits. Fortunately, at least at the present time, it appears that the two are continuing to get along with one another.
A representative for Bloom confirmed the break up, noting that the two have been separated for a few months. The rep went on to add that after six years together, they are formalizing their separation.
As with many divorces, there is a child involved. The two have one son together, who was born on Jan. 6, 2011. Hopefully for the sake of the child, Bloom and Kerr are able to remain friends well into the future. Lately, the two have been seen together with their son.
It was not long ago that Bloom decided to put his Hollywood Hills home on the market. He had been renting the property while living in New York City with Kerr and their son.
The pair have been split for a few months, but continue to be photographed together. For the time being, this is good news for the two of them, as well as their young child.
Some celebrity divorces turn ugly sooner rather than later. This holds true for other people as well, regardless of occupation or age. A divorce has the chance of being more complicated when a child is involved; however, Bloom and Kerr seem to have things figured out at this point.
Source: E Online, "Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr Split Up" Marc Malkin, Oct. 24, 2013
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