Since the split the couple have stayed close, still being pictured together taking care of their son Flynn. Last December Miranda stayed with Flynn in NYC over Christmas so he could be close to his father, who was starring in Romeo and Juliet on Broadway. Orlando has since said the split left him feeling ‘rudderless’ but he now feels his life is coming back together. He told Britain's The Times newspaper that he wants to stay a part of his son's life and also revelaed that the split was amicable with 'no wrongdoing on either side – no harm, no foul.' He described his relationship with Miranda since the split as 'ever evolving', adding 'I've said to her, "We're going to be in each other's lives for the rest of our lives and we have a child, so it's important to me that we respect each other as we always have and that Flynn feels that and understands that.'" He also reiterated that there is still a  'deep love' between the couple. Kerr too has been talking about the changes in her life since her divorce, but her confessions have been a little more risque, telling GQ she’s now 'ready to explore' and admitting she appreciates ‘both men and women.'

Orlando Bloom and Miranda KerrNow keeping things amicable, Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr

It seems Miranda and Orlando might have the whole divorce thing worked out, they both seem happy and still able to put on a united front for son Flynn. It's still a shame that these two very photogenic stars had to call it quits but at least they seem to still be friendly. Hopefully both can now find happiness elsewhere and continue to show that divorce, even in Hollywood doesn't always have to be messy.

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