Miranda Kerr, Orlando Bloom plan to have more kids ‘someday’
Miranda Kerr, model and wife of actor Orlando Bloom, says she’s content with having one child for now.
When ET Canada asked the Victoria’s Secret angel if she was planning on having more kids, she responded: “Someday, not right now.”
So no more genetically superior-looking kiddos for now? Sad.
The Aussie model was in New York for the brand’s launch of the “Fabulous” spring fragrance and bra when she opened up about her home life with 2-year-old Flynn Christopher.
“We have the schedule planned out for him so that we make sure he’s doing his play dates, he’s doing enough reading time, he’s doing enough drawing and painting, arts and crafts and also a lot of fun time,” Kerr said. “We like to dance ourselves, you know, turn the music up, dancing around the kitchen. It’s one of our favorite pastimes.”
The model, who was discovered at age 13, famously got back into shape after her pregnancy, like many of her Victoria’s Secret counterparts, to hit the runway once again. She strutted her stuff back in November at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, but makes sure she devotes time in her busy schedule to being a mom.
“I didn’t feel pressure to snap back into shape,” she said in the August 2012 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK. “My priority was just having my son and breastfeeding, which was something I really wanted to do, and it came easily.”
She also said she doesn’t love it when her Bloom is in the audience of her shows.
“I never really want Orlando to be there because it makes me nervous,” she said. “But last year, he was like, ‘You have no choice, I’m coming.’ And the one time he was attending the show, my shoe decided to fall off.”
She and and the British actor, who married in 2010 after three years of dating, stepped out at several Oscar parties over the weekend and smiled for cameras at the Vanity Fair party.
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