Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom’s Split

Miranda and Justin Bieber at the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

(Contributing Reporters: Adrianna Sgouris and Kristen Rinaldi) 

Recently there has been a lot of speculation regarding one of Hollywood’s A-list couples. It was announced on Oct. 24 that Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr had officially split.

Everyone knows Bloom from his accredited movie career, which includes “Pirates of the Caribbean,” and Kerr is a world-renowned supermodel who can be seen walking many runway shows including the nationally televised “Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.”

Many have obsessed over what it was that broke these two apart. There have been rumors circulating but none as odd as the one stating that the drift between the two might have been caused by none other than Justin Bieber. According to “E! News” Bloom was getting upset and bothered about how much time the supermodel had been spending with the Canadian singer. Their connection stems back to a year ago when Bieber performed at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The two quickly got acquainted and even spent hours partying the night away at an after party.

The 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

According to “Mail Online,” the couple had been together for six years and has been married for three of those years. They first started dating in 2007 and eventually wed in a private ceremony in 2010.

They also have a son named “Flynn,” who was born on Jan. 2011. While no concrete reports have surfaced regarding what the custody situation will be, it is believed that they will co-parent and keep the peace for the sake of their son.

The last few sightings of the now divorced couple have been on Oct. 8 when they were photographed together by the paparazzi. However, according to “E! Online,” they were last seen together on Oct. 26.

While their future may be unclear, it is evident that Bloom plans to stick with their mutual decision for now, and “Huffington Post Online” has listed his home for sale on the market for a whopping $4.5 million.

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