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Miranda Kerr & Orlando Bloom: "Happier Than Ever"

December 14, 2012, 5:02 pm Alyssa Braithwaite | WHO Magazine whomagazine

The couple "have never been happier," source tells WHO of Kerr & Bloom

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There is “no truth” to reports Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom are taking a break after two-and-a-half years of marriage, a source tells WHO, adding the couple “have never been happier”.

The Australian model and her actor husband, who have a 23-month old son, Flynn, together, have been working in different parts of the world recently, with Kerr spending time in New York, Los Angeles and Madrid for work, while Bloom has been filming crime thriller Zulu in South Africa.

The couple are now believed to be in London, and will spend Christmas together as a family.

“They have never been happier,” a source tells WHO, contradicting reports in a US magazine that they have “drifted apart” and “have decided to take a break”.

The Victoria’s Secret model recently told Us Weekly magazine that they always make sure they spend this time of year together.

“Orlando and I don't work over Christmas and the holiday season, so it's really nice for us to be together as a family,” Kerr said.

“And this year, since Flynn is a little bit older, it's going to be so nice to just see the way that he gets excited about Christmas. The wonderful thing is that we're all together.”

The 29-year-old said she was thinking of buying Flynn a little piano for Christmas, and plans to prepare a special family meal of slow-roasted chicken with garlic, coconut oil, onion, lemon and a little turmeric, along with some roasted vegetables, spinach and kale.

“It’s probably mine and Flynn’s favourite dish,” she said.

And while she loves to indulge at Christmas, Kerr makes sure she stays active, and offers this festive tip for staying in shape over the holidays: “Just go for a walk with your family. Or turn up the music at home and dance!”

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